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.

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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With the service, customers will be able to accurately staff attendant consoles, measure the hold times for customers calling in, determine the number of disconnects, as well as identify system performance and capacity for critical PBX resources (such as - loops, junctors, trunk groups and attendants).