four-wire

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  • Four-wire terminating set — A four wire terminating set is a balanced transformer used to perform a conversion between 4 wire and 2 wire operation in telecommunication systems.For example, a 4 wire circuit may, by means of a 4 wire terminating set, be connected to a 2 wire… …   Wikipedia

  • four-wire circuit —    A transmission system in which two half duplex circuits, consisting of two wires each, are combined to create one full duplex circuit …   Dictionary of networking

  • four-wire channel —    Transmission path containing two pairs of wires and used for full duplex transmission …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • four-wire circuit —    Circuit with two pairs of conductors, one for outbound channels and the other for returning channels …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

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  • circuit, four-wire —    A circuit using two one way transmission paths that can be two carrier paths or two pairs (four wires) of metallic conductors …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • Wire wrapped jewelry — Wire wrapping is one of the oldest techniques for making jewelry by hand. In wire wrapping, jewelry is made using jewelry wire and findings similar to wire (like head pins) to make components. Wire components are then connected to one another… …   Wikipedia

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