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Link

A unit of length equivalent to 7.92 inches. It is used in the surveying of land.

LINK

see AUTOMATIC TELLER MACHINE.

link

A surveying measurement still seen in older deeds or in deeds using descriptions from earlier times.A link is 7.92 inches.See land measurement conversion.

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3 and 4, radio link designers must note down, that in rainfall zone E at distances 50 km and link radio frequency 7 GHz, radio wave rain attenuation margin in dependence with forecast link availability for vertical and horizontal polarization can disagree about 18-21 %.
The council has refused to let the CCTV control room be used as a base for a rival radio link, claiming two schemes would be confusing.
Upgrading their radar system at all sites required the new radio links to accommodate future data and voice enhancements in addition to being secure.
If people are seen acting strangely or suspiciously on the street, in a shoppers' car park or in a store, those on the radio link can then be asked to keep an eye out for the individual.
The radio link will mean shop staff are connected directly to each other and the local Cop Shop, allow-ing officers to respond rapidly to any crimes which occur in the area.
Telecomms equipment and solutions company Marconi has completed the deployment of a radio link across Romania that connects Iasi with Oradea.
This knowledge is next applied to link design where an example radio link is designed and analyzed.
The economics are very compelling especially for short distance single hop radio links which generally work well with a single radio link.
Farmwatch would run on the back of the success of radio link schemes already used by businesses across Wirr al.
A better radio link will keep Redcar traders switched on in the battle with shop crime.
THE LATEST town to join traders up with a retail radio link to crack down on crime has already seen its scheme pay dividends.
Obviously, the capacity is smaller in a radio link than in a fibre-optic cable, but this restriction is not an issue in a mobile operator's network.