Loop Sample Clauses

Loop. A transmission path that extends from a Main Distribution Frame or functionally comparable piece of equipment in a Customer's serving End Office, to the Rate Demarcation Point (or NID if installed at the Rate Demarcation Point) in or at the Customer's premises. The actual transmission facilities used to provide a Loop may utilize any of several technologies.
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Loop. 44.1. Sprint will provide CLEC access to Local Loops as defined in Part A including Copper Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTH Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, and Dark Fiber Loops. The following section includes the terms and conditions for Copper Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTH Loops, DS1 Loops and DS3 Loops. Terms and conditions for the provision of Dark Fiber Loops are set forth in Section 54 of this Agreement. Terms and conditions for making any network modifications resulting from CLEC’s request for Local Loops is contained in Section 57.
Loop. 45.1. Embarq will provide CLEC access to Local Loops, including Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops. The following section includes the terms and conditions for Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops. Terms and conditions for making any network modifications resulting from CLEC’s request for Local Loops are contained in Section 54.
Loop. 72.1 Subject to Section 72 and its subsections, CenturyLink will provide CLEC access to UNE Loops under the following terms and conditions. Rates and charges applicable to UNE Loops are set forth in Table 1. To the extent required by Applicable Law, CenturyLink will make available the UNE Local Loops set forth below between a distribution frame (or its equivalent) in a CenturyLink Central Office and the Local Loop Demarcation Point at an End User’s premises. The UNE Local Loop will include any existing NID. The Parties acknowledge and agree that CenturyLink shall not be obligated to provision any of the UNE Local loops provided for herein to cellular sites or any location that does not constitute an End User premises. Subject to the restrictions of Section 72.11.2, UNE Loops includes all wire within multiple dwelling and tenant buildings and campuses that provides access to End User premises wiring, provided such wire is owned and controlled by CenturyLink.
Loop. 45.1. CenturyLink will provide CLEC access to Local Loops, including Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops. The following section includes the terms and conditions for Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops. Terms and conditions for making any network modifications resulting from CLEC’s request for Local Loops are contained in Section 54.
Loop. 3.1. Definition: A “Loop” is a transmission facility between the main distribution frame (cross-connect), or functionally comparable piece of equipment in a GTE end office or wire center to a demarcation, connector block or network interface device at a customer’s premises. Loop types typically include, but are not limited to, two- wire and four-wire copper analog voice-grade loops, two-wire and four-wire loops that are conditioned to transmit analog and digital signals, needed to provide, for example, ISDN, ADSL, HDSL, and DS-1 level signals, DS-1 loops, Coax loops and Fiber loops. A Loop is composed of the following Sub-Loop Elements, to the extent that each is physically existent in the LEC network where the Loop is ordered and the Network Interface Device (NID). The Sub-Loop Elements are defined in detail below: Loop Distribution Media Loop Concentrator/Multiplexer Loop Feeder
Loop. 46.1 The definition of the loop network element includes all features, functions, and capabilities of the transmission facilities, including dark fiber and attached electronics (except those used for the provision of advanced services, such as DSLAMS) owned by Sprint, between a Sprint central office and the loop demarcation point at the customer premises. Terms and conditions for the provision of dark fiber are set forth in §54 of this Agreement. The demarcation point is that point on the loop where the telephone company’s control of the facility ceases, and the End User Customer’s control of the facility begins. This includes, but is not limited to, two-wire and four-wire copper analog voice-grade loops and two-wire and four-wire conditioned loops.
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Loop. LOOP is the PLCB’s preferred method for Licensee order placement because it allows for orders to be received and processed in the most efficient manner. LOOP also provides Licensees with the ability to track and monitor order history. LOOP orders can be placed for delivery (subject to quantity thresholds) to a non-PLCB location or PLCB-location as agreed upon by the parties. Licensee participation in LOOP is subject to the LOOP Terms of Use, which among other things, requires establishment of a LOOP account and the provision of Automated Clearing House (“ACH”) account and/or credit card information to be maintained on file. XXXX.xxx Use of XXXX.xxx is subject to the XXXX.xxx Terms of Use. If placing orders on XXXX.xxx, Licensees are required to establish an account and provide a valid credit card as their method of payment. Licensees must also supply their Licensee Identification Number (“LID”), which needs to be active and valid, in order to receive the Wholesale Discount. XXXX.xxx orders can be shipped to physical PLCB store locations or non-PLCB locations. Certain Products available on XXXX.xxx are subject to purchase limitations, including but not limited to wine and spirits sold exclusively on XXXX.xxx and through Limited-Release Lotteries. Bordeaux Futures sold on XXXX.xxx are not available for purchase under an LID.
Loop. 44.1. Embarq will provide Level 3 access to Local Loops as defined in Part A including Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops. The following section includes the terms and conditions for Copper Loops, DS1 Loops, DS3 Loops, Hybrid Loops, FTTC Loops and FTTH Loops. Terms and conditions for making any network modifications resulting from Level 3’s request for Local Loops is contained in Section 53.
Loop. A transmission facility between a distribution frame (or its equivalent) in Verizon’s wire center and the loop demarcation point (marking the end of Verizon’s control of the Loop) at a customer premises, including inside wire owned by Verizon. The Loop includes all features, functions, and capabilities of such transmission facility. Those features, functions, and capabilities include, but are not limited to, dark fiber, all electronics (except those electronics used for the provision of advanced services, such as Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexers), optronics, and intermediate devices (including repeaters and load coils) used to establish the transmission path to the end-user customer premises.
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