switched line

switched line

[′swicht ′līn]
(communications)
A communications line, such as a dial telephone line, whose path can vary each time the line is used.

switched line

In communications, a link that is established in a switched network, such as the international dial-up telephone system, a Switched 56 digital line or ISDN.
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Business customers can also get an additional $200 bill credit per switched line.
The EM simulator qualitatively predicted a problem in the switched line path that was evident in the measurements.
5 |degrees~ and 45 |degrees~ bits, a switched line 90 |degrees~ bit and a shorted coupled lines dual |pi~ network 180 |degrees~ bit.
The basic configuration is similar to that of the switched line phase shifter.
Amy bravely looks at her life, before and after her daughter Sophie was born, and reflects on her transformation from "a spoiled, self-centered brat", who used words like retard and switched lines at the Safeway to avoid a bagger with special needs, into the mother of a kid with Down syndrome and all that her new identity entails.
Gollob switched lines and tactics as he hung off his machine, but it was Adams who went into the final two turns marginally to the good.
The design incorporates a wide variety of techniques using microstrip technology with the combination of switched lines, loaded lines and PIN diode switches to achieve minimum loss and linear phase over the operating frequency band and monotonic phase.
Wolves were 12 points ahead after four heats when Paul Hurry fell as Lee Richardson switched lines exiting the fourth bend.