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MDF

abbreviation for
(Crafts) medium-density fibreboard: a wood-substitute material used in interior decoration
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MDF

[ˌɛmdiːˈɛf] n abbr (=medium-density fibreboard) → panneau m MDF, panneau m de fibre de moyenne densité
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* Local loops which are the copper pairs between final DSL subscribers and the main distribution frames.
MDF -- Main Distribution Frame. A wiring arrangement that connects external telephone lines on one side and the internal lines on the other.
Also, most of the regulatory remedies focus on the current structure and access at the main distribution frame. This will change, as the market definition has revised the recommendation of the EU commission and now refers to wholesale physical network infrastructure access (5).
As long as the model follows a scorched node approach (6), the geographical locations of the main distribution frame (7) sites constitute the main input data.
Asante's NetStacker stackable multi-segment Ethernet hubs with expansion modules and fiber cards were generally installed in the main distribution frame of each school.
To solve just one building's problems would involve replacing cable and conduit all the way back to the main distribution frame at a cost of millions of dollars.
The data center accommodates seven rows, with the capacity of 11 cabinets in each row, and the main distribution frame to house patch panels for data and voice connectivity, as well as networking hardware.
A HIGH-DENSITY MODULAR WIRING BLOCK for MDF and building wiring applications providing CAT 5 performance, the Quante STG Block is suitable for both line and office-side of the main distribution frame. The 16-mm (0.63") pitch between STG connection modules is part of the block's compact design--1,600 pairs, for example, can be installed on a vertical of 8.5', offering the user high connection density.