Definitions for "Line driver"
A DCE device that amplifies a data signal for transmission over cable for distances beyond the RS232 limit of 50 feet, even up to several miles. Also called "limited-distance modem" (LDM) or "short haul modem" (SHM).
a preamplifier device in the output chain which is used to boost the level of the output signal. Compressors and line amplifiers are also used as line drivers.
Inexpensive amplifier and signal converter that conditions digital signals to ensure reliable transmissions over extended distances.
A program that is part of IDMS-DC. Its purpose is to translate data between terminals and programs.
Keywords:  menu, record, program, file, called
a program that is called for each record in a menu file