Communications circuit that is structured by a switched-circuit connection using the telephone company networks.
A circuit that is established by a switched circuit connection; generally refers to the AT&T telephone network.
See switched line.
a connection or circuit between two sites through a switched telephone network
A standard dial-up connection, such as telephone and ISDN lines.
A communication link between computer terminals and a computer processor, which is established on demand by dialing a specific telephone number.
A communication connection from your computer to a host computer over standard phone lines. Unlike a dedicated line, you must dial the host computer in order to establish a connection. Dial-up line is currently the most popular form of Net connection for the home user.
This is a telephone line that is connected to a server. When it is called, tones are exchanged between the server and the devise calling in order to attach.
(1) A communications circuit that is established by a switched circuit connection. (2) Any circuit available over the public switched network.
The normal switched telephone line that can be used as a transmission medium for data communications.
Ordinary phone line. Part of the switched network used by the phone company to handle all types of calls- not just data communications transmissions.
A communication connection from your computer to a host computer over standard phone lines. Connection is established by dialing the host computer.
A communications medium described as a non-dedicated telephone line, in which a connection is established by dialing a destination number and broken when the call is complete. This is the same type of phone line that you use at home.
Temporary connection that uses one or more analog telephone lines for communications. 9.25