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时间:2022-1-13 作者:洪恩少儿英语

EMI

electromagnetic interference; also, exchange message interface

End Office (EO)

EO is a LEC (BOC or an ITC) switching system within a LATA where local loops to customer stations are terminated for purposes of interconnection with each other and with trunks. CO (central office) and EO are often used interchangeably.

Entrance Facilities

1. in a premises distribution system, the point of interconnection be tween the building wiring system and external telecommunications facilities (LEC networks, other buildings, etc.). Bellcore defines the interface with LEC networks as end-user points of termination (POT). 2. has a further specific meaning in interstate access, entrance facilities for interstate access (ENFIA).

EO

end office

EPSCS

enhanced private switched communications service

Equipment Room

In a premises distribution system, an equipment room is a special purpose room(s), with access to the backbone wiring, for housing elecommunications, data processing, security, and alarm equipment.

erlang

An erlang is an international dimensions unit of the average traffic intensity of a facility during a period of time; one erlang of traffic is equivalent to a single user who uses a single resource 100% of the time. See centicall seconds.

ESF

extended superframe

ESN

electronic switched network

Exchange Carrier (or local exchange carrier LEC)

An exchange carrier is any company, BOC or independent which provides intra-LATA telecommunications within its franchised area.

Extended Superframe Format (ESF)

ESF is an extension of the superframe format of T1 carrier systems from 12 to 24 frames and the use of framing bits for error checking, a facilities data link (FDL) as well as frame synchronization. See superframe format.

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