tie cable

tie cable

[′tī ‚kā·bəl]
(electricity)
Cable between two distributing frames or distributing points.
Cable between two private branch exchanges.
Cable between a private branch exchange switchboard and main office.
Cable connecting two other cables.
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Oftel, which has also set a charge of pounds 21-a-year rental and a pounds 863 connection fee for an Internal tie cable linking 100 loops to an operator's equipment, yesterday said that the unbundling process was now accelerating.
The proposed charge for a loop is GBP118 annual rental with a GBP95 connection charge while for an internal tie cable connecting 100 loops to an operator's equipment it is GBP21 annual rental plus a GBP1,433 connection charge.
When the plumb bob reaches the basement, tie cable to the chain and pull it up to the attic.
Contract Awarded for supply and install voice tie cable
The racks are centrally located at the end of the row in a 32x32 server room closest to the telecommunications terminal room, with copper, CAT 6, and both single and multimode fiber tie cables to an intermediate terminal on that floor.
During the project, Electra Link connected 925 triple GigaSPEED XL 7 outlets in work areas and 384 GigaSPEED XL8 tie cables in the data center.
The report sets out Oftel's recommended charging principles for loop, internal tie cables and co-location facilities.