Examples of Copper Loop in a sentence
Copper subloop consists of the distribution portion of the Copper Loop.
The emergency on call contract is the same bidder as last year however is about $3,000.00 less than last year’s contract.
If a CLEC’s ADSL Transmission Unit (including those integrated into DSLAMs) is attached to Sprint’s Network and if an ADSL Copper Loop should start at an outside location, and is looped through a host or remote, and then to the subscriber, the copper plant from the outside location to the Sprint host or remote central office must be a facility dedicated to ADSL transmission only and not part of Sprint’s regular feeder or distribution plant.
A copper subloop is a portion of a Copper Loop, or Hybrid Loop, and is comprised entirely of copper wire or copper cable that acts as a transmission facility between any accessible terminal in Embarq’s outside plant, including inside wire owned or controlled by Embarq, and the end-user customer premises.
A copper subloop is a portion of a Copper Loop, or Hybrid Loop, and is comprised entirely of copper wire or copper cable that acts as a transmission facility between any accessible terminal in Sprint’s outside plant, including inside wire owned or controlled by Sprint, and the end-user customer premises.
Provide non-discriminatory unbundled access to a spare Copper Loop serving that end-user.
Embarq will maintain the existing Copper Loop connected to a particular customer premises after deploying FTTH Loop or FTTC Loop and provide non-discriminatory access to the Copper Loop on an unbundled basis unless Embarq has retired the Copper Loop as set forth below.
The Copper Loop includes attached electronics using time division multiplexing technology, but does not include packet switching capabilities.
If Embarq deploys FTTH Loop or FTTC Loop and retires the existing Copper Loop, Embarq will provide non-discriminatory access to a 64 kilobits per second transmission path capable of voice grade service over the FTTH Loop or FTTC Loop.
Prior to retiring Copper Loop or copper subloop that has been replaced with FTTH Loop or FTTC Loop Embarq will comply with the notice requirements set forth in 251(c)(5) of the Act, §§51.325 through 51.335 of the Code of Federal Regulations and applicable Commission requirements, if any.