underground cable


underground cable
подземный кабель

English-Russian dictionary of telecommunications. 2015.

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  • cable television — UK US noun [U] (also cable, also cable TV) ► COMMUNICATIONS the system of broadcasting television programmes using underground cable: » cable television companies »a cable television channel/network/station »Some of the proceedings will be… …   Financial and business terms

  • cable modem — UK US noun [C] ► COMMUNICATIONS a modem that allows a fast connection to the internet using the same underground cable as cable television: »Competition and expectations will only increase as DSL and cable modems get faster …   Financial and business terms

  • cable railway — ☆ cable railway n. a street railway on which the cars are pulled by a continuously moving underground cable …   English World dictionary

  • Cable car (railway) — A cable car or cable railway is a mass transit system using rail cars that are propelled by a continuously moving cable running at a constant speed. Individual cars stop and start by releasing and gripping this cable as required. Cable cars are… …   Wikipedia

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  • cable and satellite —    Since the early 1980s, the emergence of cable and satellite broadcasting has triggered a process of change in the structure of British broadcasting. As alternative programme distribution technologies to terrestrial broadcasting, cable and… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture

  • cable system — A system of operating street railway cars by means of an underground cable set in motion by a stationary engine at the power house of the system. Hooper v Baltimore City Passenger Railway Co. 85 Md 509, 37 A 359 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Cable television in the Republic of Ireland — is the most common system for distributing multi channel television in the state. With a 40+ year history and extensive networks of both wired and wireless cable, the Republic of Ireland is amongst the most cabled countries in Europe.HistoryCable …   Wikipedia

  • Cable Street — (pronEng|ˈkeɪbəl striːt) is a mile long road in the East End of London, with several historic landmarks nearby, made famous by the Battle of Cable Street of 1936.LocationCable Street runs between the edge of The City and Limehouse: parallel to,… …   Wikipedia

  • Cable jetting — is a technique to install cables in ducts [http://www.plumettaz.ch/en/products/optical fiber/jetting explanation.asp] . It is commonly used to install cables with optical fibers in underground polyethylene ducts and is an alternative to pulling …   Wikipedia

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