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tie line

[′tī ‚līn]
(communications)
A leased communication channel or circuit.
(physical chemistry)
A line on a phase diagram joining the two points which represent the composition of systems in equilibrium. Also known as conode.
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in Port Chester, will provide turnkey installation of a tray sortation system, from the last strapper on each tie line to the truck loaders.
We had receptionists in administration answering all the calls and sending them over the tie lines between buildings.
The inserter runs on AM's ICON system and a PC-based system from Quipp controls the tie lines.
In addition, deployment of multiplexing equipment enabled the network planner to increase the number of tie lines and provide other improved services.
of 795 AAC-TW 15 kV Spacer Cable for construction of feeder tie lines at the new Muncie substation.
The carrier has filed a tariff proposing to charge $160 a month per T1 for customers who want to use T1s for applications other than tie lines (these include local-loop uses like DID service, WATS and FX lines).
About 27 locations outside Latrobe were serviced using analog tie lines terminated in a least-cost router (LCR) at Technology.
Tenders are invited for :- Erection of towers for 230 Kv Dc line for LILO of the existing 230KV TS I & TS II tie lines at NNTPS 230 KV Switch yard Feeder II Loc I