The wire connecting one telegraphic station with another, or the whole of a system of telegraph wires under one management and name.
A logical telephone connection on which a call can take place.
1. In SNA, a connection to the network. 2. See link.
The portion of a circuit external to the apparatus that consists of the conductors that connects a telegraph or telephone set to the exchange or that connects two exchanges. The group of conductors on the same overhead route in the same cable. The information deposited during one horizontal pass of a printer.
1) A popular term for line level signal. 2) A cable connection.
connects the canopy to the risers.
A circuit from a service provider that has dial tone on it and a telephone number. In the telecom world a line can be referred to as a loop.
A communications channel. Also called a circuit, trunk or facility. It often refers to customer access to the public switched telephone network (e.g., residence line, individual business line).
An Object Class of the Connection Graph Fragment of TINA - CNetwork Resource Information Model that is used to represent an information flow between a pair of ports in a Connection Graph .It is a non-instantiable Object Class; its instantiable subclasses are logical Line and physical Line. source: TINA-C domain: Intelligent Network usage: EU-P103
The portion of a data circuit, external to data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE), that connects the DCE to a data switching exchange (DSE), that connects a DCE to one or more other DCEs, or that connects a DSE to another DSE. Synonymous with channel and circuit.
A two-wire circuit from a central office or PBX that is loop start and normally terminates on a telephone set or key system.
(1.) A horizontal display on a screen. (2.) The part of a data circuit that connects to data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE), or to data switching exchange (DSE), or that connects several DCEs or DSEs. (3.) A string of characters accepted by a system as a single block of input from a workstation, such as all characters entered before a carriage return. (4.) See X.25 line.
In electrical engineering, a line is, more generally, any circuit (or loop) of an electrical system. This electric circuit loop (or electrical network), consists of electrical elements (or components) connected directly by conductor terminals to other devices in series.