backbond

backbond

(ˈbækˌbɒnd)
n
a legal document qualifying the terms of a bond or explaining the purpose for which a bond has been granted
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Except for acting as a router, a mesh router can also act as an access point (AP) by which neighboring mobile mesh clients can access backbond with one-hop communications through AP.
Growth and earnings numbers are going up, and its router product is the backbond of the Internet.
The backbond of the MedNet system is WTI's codec (compression-decompression) card--a board-level device used to compress and digitize video pictures for transmission over digital circuits.