junctor

junctor

[′jəŋk·tər]
(electricity)
In crossbar systems, a circuit extending between frames of a switching unit and terminating in a switching device on each frame.
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junctor

In a telephone junction box, a small section of twisted wire pair that is used to attach incoming lines with outgoing lines.
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Kato, "Three-stage time-division switching network with pulse-shifting junctor as alternate route," Electronics Letters, vol.