Interconnection definition

Interconnection is As Defined in the Act.
Interconnection means a connection between two or more individual Transmission Systems that normally operate in synchronism and have interconnecting intertie(s).

Examples of Interconnection in a sentence

  • Interconnection arrangements means arrangements governing the physical connection of two or more networks to allow the use of another's network to hand off traffic where it is ultimately delivered (e.g., connection of a customer of telephone provider A to a customer of telephone company B) or sharing data and other information resources.

  • The actual cost of the Distribution Upgrades, including overheads, shall be directly assigned to the Interconnection Customer.

  • Supporting documentation used to reach the decision to disconnect shall be provided to the Interconnection Customer upon request.

  • Such telemetered data shall be used, under normal operating conditions, as the official measurement of the amount of energy delivered from the Large Generating Facility to the Point of Interconnection.

  • Net power flows including MW and MVAR, MWHR and loss profile data to and from the Large Generating Facility shall be measured at the Point of Interconnection.

More Definitions of Interconnection

Interconnection has the meaning given the term in the Act and refers to the physical connection of separate pieces of equipment, facilities, or platforms between or within networks for the purpose of transmission and routing of Telecommunications Traffic.
Interconnection is as described in the Act and refers to the connection between networks for the purpose of transmission and routing of telephone Exchange Service traffic, Exchange Access and Jointly Provided Switched Access traffic. "Interconnection Agreement" or "Agreement" is an agreement entered into between Qwest and CLEC for Interconnection, Unbundled Network Elements or other services as a result of negotiations, adoption and/or arbitration or a combination thereof pursuant to Section 252 of the Act. When CLEC signs and delivers a copy of this Agreement to Qwest pursuant to the notice provision of the Agreement, it becomes the Interconnection Agreement between the Parties pursuant to Section 252(e) of the Act.
Interconnection means the physical and logical linking of public communications networks used by the same or a different undertaking in order to allow the users of one undertaking to communicate with users of the same or another undertaking, or to access services provided by another undertaking. Services may be provided by the parties involved or other parties who have access to the network. Interconnection is a specific type of access implemented between public network operators;
Interconnection means the physical connection of the applicant's facilities to the EDU's system for the purpose of electrical power transfers.
Interconnection means commercial and technical arrangements under which IPTV Operator and ZEEL connect their equipment and networks to provide signals of Zee Group Channels to the subscribersInterconnection Agreement” means this Agreement for providing signals of Zee Group Channels.
Interconnection is the direct or indirect connection of separate pieces of equipment, transmission facilities, etc., within, between and among networks, for the transmission and routing of Exchange Service and Exchange Access Service. The architecture of Interconnection may include one or more Mid-Span Meets, or Points of Interconnection. “Interconnection Facilities” are described in Appendix A.
Interconnection means the physical connection of a generating facility to the electric system so that parallel operation may occur.