line loop

line loop

[′līn ‚lüp]
(communications)
Portion of a telephone circuit that includes a user's telephone set and the pair of wires that connect it with the distributing frame of a central office.
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On Monday, the entire yellow line loop between Benton and St James went down.
Set your anchor as normal, but feed the tether line loop through a bow cleat and over a small loop you've pinched in the standing part of the tether line.
Currently, cellular mobile has 61.4 per cent penetration in the area followed by 1.5 per cent of WLL and 1.2 per cent by Fixed Line Loop (FLL) sector.
Local loop sector has performed well as the total tele-density of both Fixed Line Loop (FLL) and Wireless Local Loop (WLL) services combined reached 3.6 percent at the end of 2012-13.
The jagged loop [10], the coplanar waveguide (CPW) loop [11], and the micro-strip line loop [12] address the need for a broadband loop, while the split-ring resonator [13] enhances the coupling.
The radiation emission due to the direct emanations which contain the information of keystrokes can induce the current on the ground line loop. The malicious adversaries can reconstruct the keystroke information by receiving and analyzing these conduction emissions on the ground line loop with no trace.
Lemansky said it is too early to know if that portion will require regular blowoffs but a line loop approved at the May town meeting will help to keep the water moving.
By rigging the bait on a trailing line loop. the hook point remains fully exposed for optimal hooking.
Earlier this year the Northern Line between Southport and Hall Road was temporarily closed and the Wirral Line loop was shut for a month.
Public Service of New Hampshire, which owns a 100-megawatt power line loop through Littleton, Berlin and Lancaster, is working on a feasibility study to boost capacity to 400 or more megawatts.
This simplified analysis cannot account for the effect of the transmission line loop inductance, which will cause the Zo to decrease as the loop inductance decreases with smaller loop area, and vice versa.