Situation 3: The facts are the same as in Situation 2, except that A does not own the customer-premises equipment required to connect with the dedicated circuit
to allow transmission of A's telecommunications.
The establishment of a temporary dedicated circuit
for each call (circuit switching) became the primary process of telephony for the first 100 years or so.
Is it a 120volt, 20-amp GFI dedicated circuit
, or a 240volt, 50-amp GFI dedicated circuit
Of course, the house still needs some finish work and we hooked up to the grid to supplement our own power system when we bought a freezer (it has its own dedicated circuit
so that we can run the house on our own system).
T1 service remains the choice of business data access because it is inexpensive, it's available everywhere, it offers guaranteed symmetrical transport with low latency, and it provides secure connectivity with a dedicated circuit
Universal Access aggregates network information, operates facilities where communications networks can be physically interconnected, provides ongoing dedicated circuit
access and offers client support services.
In most cases these radiant systems require their own dedicated circuit
that includes a ground fault circuit interrupter.
Instead of using a traditional dedicated circuit
for each call, IP networks break up voice calls into tiny digitized packets that carry addresses to help deliver complete conversations to the right destination, in the right order.
Part of that success lies in Trendmaker's relentless pursuit of new, practical home features, like the backpack nook and the garage with the built-in work counter, a dedicated circuit
for tools, and lighted overhead storage space.
The establishment of a dedicated circuit
access to the ISP.
Airband's flexible operating philosophy and fixed-wireless network is attractive to businesses, the hospitality industry in particular, because Airband can deliver a dedicated circuit
for a hotel's guest Internet traffic and a separate circuit for special events, such as conventions.
Major appliances like 5,000-watt electric water heaters and 10,000-watt electric ranges demand so much electricity that they take their own 30- to 50-amp dedicated circuit