The end most contact of a 1/4" (and 1/8" mini) phone connector to which the hot (positive) wire is attached to. see ring, sleeve.
One conductor of a wire pair, designated by T; usually the more positive of the two. The other is called ring. See also ring.
Contacting part at the end of a telephone plug or the top spring of a jack. The conductors associated with these contacts. The other contact is called a ring.
(1) The rounded end of a standard telephone switchboard plug; and (2) one of the two speech wires in a central office, the other being called a ring wire.
This is the first wire in a pair of telephone wires (the Ring is the second wire).
Typically the black pair in a house cable. Used in combination with Ring to complete the circuit.
That portion of the bonding tool which deforms the wire to cause the bond impression.