two-wire lines

two-wire lines

A transmission channel made up of only two wires, such as used in the common dial-up telephone network.
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Here, central office two-wire lines are fed through a channel bank, where they are converted to a DS1 rate.
This DS1 rate is t hen carried through a microwave-radio network to the outlying community, where it is again broken down to the individual two-wire lines through a second channel bank and then distributed to the individual homes within the community.