terminated line

terminated line

[′tər·mə‚nād·əd ′līn]
(electricity)
Transmission line terminated in a resistance equal to the characteristic impedance of the line, so there is no reflection and no standing waves.
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There was the sudden crack of phone on cradle, then the purr of a terminated line.
For a perfectly terminated line with the length /, the transfer function H (l, f) of metallic homogeneous symmetric lines is given by
5 mA/channel and the EL5373, a fixed gain-of-2 version of the EL5374 for double terminated line driving.
These results were adversely effected by storm damage from Hurricanes Bonnie, Frances, and Georges, other significant Midwestern storms, storm related damage in the hail and named peril crop insurance lines, and losses from terminated lines of business, aggregating approximately $6.