THE ROUTE Sample Clauses

THE ROUTE. The Route for the Cable consisting of NUNet and NEON are represented on Map 1 as the Route connecting [**]. A routing option for the Grantor exists between a) [**] and B) [**]. [Map of Cable Route] Exhibit 3.26 [**] EXHIBIT 3.28 CABLE ACCEPTANCE AND PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS CABLE ACCEPTANCE Cable inspections will be performed in compliance with manufacturer's specifications at 1300 and 1550 nm. Tests will include OTDR continuity tests, reports with photos when necessary, and the following two directional tests.
THE ROUTE. 2.1 planning the overall route of the Relay (the “Route”) throughout the Territory;
THE ROUTE. 2.1 liaising with LOCOG to identify which roads or part thereof should be used as the Route and the location of any Relay Stop Site, which shall be agreed by 30 April 2011, and providing LOCOG with the exclusive or non-exclusive right (as applicable) to use the same for the Relay and/or the Relay Stop Site (where such areas are within the Local Authority’s control);
THE ROUTE. 4.3.1 The proposed scheme provides a crossing approximately 0.75km in length as illustrated in Figure 4-2. The crossing starts at a new roundabout on Denmark Road, east of the existing Peto Way / Denmark Road roundabout, and spans both the East Suffolk Line and Lake Lothing on a north-south alignment.

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  • 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.

  • GENERAL SERVICE DESCRIPTION Service Provider will perform Business Objects Professional Services for Service Receiver. Service Receiver and its Subsidiaries will utilize Service Provider’s resources based on the functionality, processes, input and output screens and documents that support Service Provider’s business and business processes in the twelve months prior to the Distribution Date.

  • Service Description The Parties will provide Common Channel Signaling (CCS) to one another via Signaling System 7 (SS7) network interconnection, where and as available, in the manner specified in FCC Order 95-187, in conjunction with all traffic exchange trunk groups. SS7 signaling and transport services shall be provided by GTE in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Section 9 of this Article. The Parties will cooperate on the exchange of all appropriate SS7 messages for local and intraLATA call set-up signaling, including ISDN User Part (ISUP) and Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP) messages to facilitate full interoperability of all CLASS Features and functions between their respective networks. Any other SS7 message services to be provided using TCAP messages (such as data base queries) will be jointly negotiated and agreed upon.

  • SUBLOOPS 45.1. Sprint will offer unbundled access to copper subloops and subloops for access to multiunit premises wiring. Sprint will consider all requests for access to subloops through the ICB process due to the wide variety of interconnections available and the lack of standards. A written response will be provided to CLEC covering the interconnection time intervals, prices and other information based on the ICB process as set forth in this Agreement.

  • Routes All bus stops and bus routes will be mutually agreed upon prior to the start of the school year. Additional stops will be not be added until approved by Sarasota Military and reviewed for safety and approved by the School Board’s Transportation Department. Route changes, if approved, will require 7 calendar days from the date of request to the date of implementation. Special needs transportation requests must be made a minimum of 14 days prior to the requested date of implementation.

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  • Long Description (If Applicable Some academic work beyond (at a higher level than) the Bachelor's degree but no additional higher degree.