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Telephone switching

Moving one's assets from one mutual fund or variable annuity to another by telephone.

Telephone Switching

An order given over a telephone, especially to transfer assets from one mutual fund or annuity to another. A client has the right to call his/her investment adviser and direct that money be invested only in certain ways. See also: Telephone booth.

telephone switching

The movement of an investor's funds from one mutual fund to another mutual fund on the basis of an order given via telephone.
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The company also uses the telephone switching term "crossbar" to denote a nonblocking bidirectional matrix such as the new 03-Series.
Engineers later fixed the problem, which NTT West said sprang from problems at some local telephone switching stations.
Improvements to the existing building include sophisticated telephone switching for electronic communications and broad bandwidth cabling for advanced computer services.
It connects to a telephone switching system and requires an "always on" Internet connection such as a T1 or DSL line.
Jordan has aided in the development of telephone switching systems, Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control and U.S.
For 14 months, the scientists monitored the air inside and outside a telephone switching facility in California for concentrations of ozone, nitric oxide (NO), and nitrogen dioxide ([NO.sub.2]) -- all major components of smog.
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As a part of the investment, an USD80m Mobile Telephone Switching Office (MTSO) was built outside Cincinnati, through which calls and data transmissions from southwestern Ohio are processed and permanent backup generators were installed at an additional 91 Ohio cell sites to ensure network functionality during times of crisis.
DSL services are provided by installing digital-format modems in both a subscriber's home and an NTT telephone switching station.
But as telephone switching equipment has become more sophisticated, so have the environmental requirements for the rooms where these electronic wonders are housed.
In addition, most telephone switching offices used electromechnical switches -- known to emit EMFs -- until the 1980s, when they were replaced by computer-driven electronic switches.