line level


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line level

[′līn ‚lev·əl]
(communications)
Signal level in decibels at a particular position on a transmission line.
(engineering)
A small spirit level fitted with hooks at each end so that it can be hung on a horizontally stretched line.

line level

line level
A special spirit level used in checking the floor of an excavation, in laying pipe, and for similar work; each end of the level has a hook, permitting it to be hooked over a horizontally stretched line; is especially light and short.

line level

The signal strength within a transmission channel, measured in deciBels or nepers. See deciBel, neper and line-level preamp.
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Professional line level is +4dB, and consumer line level is -10dB.
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