The physical wires that run between the telephone company’s central office and the customer’s telephone system.
Local circuit between an exchange and a subscriber telephone station. Also called subscriber loop and local line.
Circuit formed by the two subscriber wires (Tip and Ring), connect to the telephone at one end and the central office (or PBX) at the other. Generally a floating system, not referred to ground, or ac power.
Twisted-pair copper telephone line.
a wonderous device which the telephone company created as test numbers for telephone repairmen when testing equipment
a wondrous device that the telephone company created as test numbers for telephone repairmen when testing equipment
The communications channel between a subscriber and the local exchange carrier central office from which the subscriberÂ's service is provided. Loop costs are the local exchange carrierÂ's costs of installing and maintaining the local loop plant.
The connection between a service-providing network and the subscriber; also called distribution loop or subscriber loop.
A local communication path between a central office (CO) and a subscriber. ( a.k.a. subscriber loop, local line and CO line )
1) A communication channel from a switching center or an individual message distribution point to the user terminal (illustrated). 2) In telephone systems, a pair of wires from a central office to a subscriber's telephone. 3) A type of antenna used in direction-finding equipment and in UHF reception.