tie line


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tie line

n.
1. A communications link between extensions of a private telephone system.
2. A connection between systems, such as electrical power or communications systems.

tie line

n
(Telecommunications) a telephone line between two private branch exchanges or private exchanges that may or may not pass through a main exchange
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The various frequency deviations, tie line power deviations in thermal area 1 and hydro area 3 with presence of GRC as shown figures.
The mid point composition on each tie line were considered for partitioning study as shown in Table 2.
The project, which is owned by Enbridge, connects to Brazos Electric's Joplin substation via a 12-mile generation tie line.
Instead of leasing a more costly T1 line, we signed a five-year lease for a 128k circuit digital tie line from MCI, our domestic carrier and a working partner with Deutsche Telekom in the U.
All the features of the popular PAN-TY([R]) Cable Tie line are incorporated, including one-piece design with locking wedge, curved and tapered tip, and smooth round edges for easy, reliable installation.
Tenders are invited for Comprehensive Maintenance Contract For 970 Lines Epabx Of Tata Make Paradigm Plus Model Along With Trunk Line Cards, Tie Line Cards, Line Cards, E1 Link Cards, Pc Console Etc.
Typically, the cost of network facilities is spread among the loads that benefit from the project while generators pay the full cost for the tie line projects.
John Alke, lobbyist for Montana Alberta Tie Line (MATL) and Montana-Dakota Utilities Company, in testimony as a proponent of HB 198 on eminent domain on January 12, 2011, said "I doubt MSTI will ever be built.
500 Of Koraput (Including) Ee Dumuriput (Including) Ee Damanjodi (Including) Ee Baiguda (Including) Section And For Koraput End Tie Line Between Manabar Ee Dumuriput (1.
The new tie line will use high voltage direct current (HVDC) technology to connect HQ's hydroelectric system and New England's 345-kV system in south central New Hampshire.
The proposal calls for Hydro-Quebec to deliver low-carbon hydroelectric power to New England over a new high voltage direct current (HVDC) tie line between northern New England and Quebec.
The customer purchased SMART Directory (VeraSMART's core module), SMART Call Accounting for up to 5,000 extensions at four sites, SMART Allocation, EZ-Share(TM) data export, and tie line reconciliation.