tail circuit

tail circuit

(communications)
A circuit which connects the serial lines of two modems together.

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Thanks to a ridiculously tolerant non cocktail circuit 'civil society' that has existed two thousand years before the US of A was even thought of, these three still revel in the joys of Colombo's cock tail circuit. So what made Butenis plead for a no fire zone for the NGOs?
Simple dial up, broadband or high bandwidth leased lines can be used as the access tail circuit, allowing the costs and benefits of each to be balanced against the business requirements.
The fact that the tail circuit to your CEO's house is noisy, that the switches are having ARP (address resolution protocol) failures, and that routing (or filters) somehow refuses to let your CEO reach the same application doesn't show up.
These systems consisted of dial modem applications, along with LDM and DSU tail circuit configurations.
From each 6050 site, a series of multidrop tail circuit lines--supported by CS 96FP modems or the 2640 modem--extend in a star pattern to remote offices.
The use of PD fitting to the rarely occurring "tail circuits" allows the prediction of likely yield without the very large number of circuit simulations that would be required with traditional MC analysis.
The system is ideal for enterprise or service provider deployment at customer premise or central office sites, and can be used as a DWDM feeder, managed fiber access solution, or for SONET/SDH tail circuits.
Tail circuits coming into the hub sites are 9.6 kb/s.
The network, the largest of its kind in the country, is made up of 153 nodes of intelligent multiplexers, 453 T1 trunks of interconnected nodes and more than 8,000 tail circuits. The system can be centrally monitored and transmits data at speeds of 1.2 to 384 kb/s.
Merrill Lynch's growing private digital network's 700 data lines and 500 voice lines serve 60 domestic and 11 foreign nodes over 150 T1 circuits, 700 tail circuits, and 2500 conventional channels.
Put at each end of the tail circuits, they create a digital voice and data environment for each store.
Expect to find 2B1Q in applications such as very-high-performance limited-distance modems, T1-multiplexer tail circuits, PBXs, ISDN terminal adapters, and new telephone-company service offerings such as data/voice multiplexing and CO LANs.