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Point-to-point telecommunications
Point-to-point telecommunications Point-to-Point telecommunications is most recently (2003) referenced ...
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POINT program   (translated from German)
POINT program POINT program is one Software to automated data ... as well as their treatment and administration. POINT program are optimized to keep as short ... be transmitted. D. R. compressed, before a telecommunications connection to the mailbox computer was developed ... FidoNet , in that the individual user as POINT one designates. Background In the middle ...
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Beautiful Point   (translated from Portuguese)
Beautiful Point Beautiful Point it is a city Brazilian of the ... inhabitants. Basic data The City of Beautiful Point is located in the region Microregion of ... 40° 32" W.Gr.. History of Beautiful Point The city of Beautiful Point was emancipated through the Law nº ...
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Cable landing point
Cable landing point A cable landing point is the location where a submarine or ... used for the landfall points of submarine telecommunications cables and submarine power cables. Cable landing ... and will usually be the shared landfall point for several cable systems. Examples are: Widemouth ... in Cornwall, the UK, where several submarine telecommunications cables come ashore: Apollo (North) TAT- ...
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Point of presence
Point of presence PoP is also an abbreviation ... the Prince of Persia game series A point-of-presence (POP) is an artificial demarcation point or interface point between communications entities. Telephone systems In the ... breakup of the Bell Telephone system. A point of presence was a location where ...
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Transmission level point
Transmission level point In a telecommunications system, a transmission level point (TLP) is a test point , i.e., a point where a signal may be inserted ...
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Point-to-point
Point-to-point Point-to-point may refer to: point-to-point telecommunications Point-to-point ...
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Point Of Interface
Point Of Interface In Telecommunications a Point of Interface (POI) is used to show ... carrier and a wireless carrier. This demarcation point often defines responsibility as well serving as a point for testing.
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Network access point
Network access point Network Access Point ("NAP") is the original term for the ... are an essential component of the global telecommunications and Internet infrastructure. The National Science Foundation ... a high capacity link to, or a Point of presence at, one or more NAPs ...
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Point-to-multipoint
Point-to-multipoint Point-to-multipoint (PT2MP) telecommunications is most typically (2003) used in wireless ...
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