interconnect

listen to the pronunciation of interconnect
Englisch - Türkisch
bağ

Her şey birbirine bağlıdır. - Everything is interconnected.

Tatoeba gerçekten çok dilli. Bütün diller birbirine bağlıdır. - Tatoeba is really multilingual. All the languages are interconnected.

birbirine bağlamak
birbirine bağla
{f} bağlı olmak
{f} bağlantılı olmak
{f} bağıntılı olmak
interconnection birbirine bağlı olma
{f} birleştirmek
{f} bağlamak
interconnect components
ara bağlantı elemanları
interconnected
birbirine bağlanmış
interconnected
enterkonekte
interconnected
birbirine bağlanan
interconnected
enterkonnekte
interconnected
bileşik
interconnecting
birbirine bağlı
interconnection
(Politika, Siyaset) ara bağlantı
interconnection
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) arabağlantı
interconnection
(Elektrik, Elektronik) interkoneksiyon
interconnected
birbirine bağlı

Tatoeba gerçekten çok dilli. Bütün diller birbirine bağlıdır. - Tatoeba is really multilingual. All the languages are interconnected.

Her şey birbirine bağlıdır. - Everything is interconnected.

interconnected
{f} birbirine bağla
interconnection
karşılıklı bağlantı
interconnection
DAHİLİ BAÐLANTİ: Karşılıklı çalışabilen sistemlerin birbirlerine bağlanmaları
interconnected
{f} birbirine bağla: adj.birbirine bağlanan
interconnected
{f} birbiri

Tatoeba gerçekten çok dilli. Bütün diller birbirine bağlıdır. - Tatoeba is really multilingual. All the languages are interconnected.

Her şey birbirine bağlıdır. - Everything is interconnected.

interconnection
{i} birbirine bağlı olma
interconnection
bağlı olma
interconnection
bağlantılı olma
interconnection
{i} elek. interkoneksiyon
interconnection
bağıntılı olma
interconnection
(Askeri) DAHİLİ BAĞLANTI: Karşılıklı çalışabilen sistemlerin birbirlerine bağlanmaları
peripheral component interconnect
(PCI) Yan Bileşen Bağlantısı
Englisch - Englisch
To connect to one another

The Internet interconnects a set of networks.

The conductive path required to achieve connection from one circuit element to another
A circuit administration point, other than a cross-connect or information outlet, that provides capability for routing and rerouting circuits It may not use patch cords Typically it is a jack-and-plug device used in smaller distribution arrangements or to connect circuits in large cables to those in smaller cables
The conductive path (aluminum, copper) required to achieve connection from one circuit element to others in a circuit
Leads which connect hi-fi equipment to the amplifier It's a good idea to ditch the free ones you get with equipment, and purchase some better ones - I recommend the Cambridge Audio Atlantic
Heavy cables, usually 10 to 20 inches in length used to connect 2 or more batteries into banks These vary from #4 wire for smaller battery banks up to #4/0 (0000) for larger banks with large inverters
The wiring between elements on a chip, package, or board (SM*)
To join together
The "wiring" that connects all of the various functional circuit components back to top
Relating to the provision of CPE, especially installed key and PBX systems (e g , "the interconnect business") May refer to a company that provides/installs CPE
The transmission of data from one VAN to another InterNIC (Internet Network Information Center) The administrative organization that is responsible for, among other things, allocating domain names and distributing RFC's Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the InterNIC is currently run by Network Solutions and AT&T See also RFC
(1) Arrangement that permits the connection of customer's telecommunications equipment to a common carrier network (2) Industry name for manufacturers, excluding AT&T and Bell companies, who provide telephone premises equipment
be interwoven or interconnected; "The bones are interconnected via the muscle"
A company or vendor selling customer premises equipment, generally PBXs and other types of office telephone systems An interconnect company is typically an independent distributor of products from more than one manufacturer
Things that interconnect or are interconnected are connected to or with each other. You can also say that one thing interconnects with another. The causes are many and may interconnect Their lives interconnect with those of celebrated figures of the late eighteenth-century a dense network of nerve fibres that interconnects neurons in the brain
Interconnect (IC) is: (1) The arrangement that permits the connection of customer's telecommunications equipment to a communications common carrier network (2) The industry name for manufacturers, excluding the Bell system, which provide telephone equipment for the customer premises
The transmission of EDI data from one VAN to another Enables trading partners to use different VANs
Provides for the direct connection of individual cables to another cable or to an equipment cable without a patch cord
1) A cooperative venture where two or more cable operators jointly sell advertising over their cable systems 2) Two or more cable systems distributing a commercial signal simultaneously
Is an arrangement that allows different networks to connect into a common "node" In the VOIP context, it is a point on BIS' network where "carriers" like BT or C&W will connect into and route those calls that BIS doesn't carry end-to-end
In programmable logic, silicon devoted to connecting memory elements on the chip to create a logic circuit Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) The world famous organization Internet Protocol (IP) A network-layer protocol that puts Internet data into packets and helps route them through a local area network
cause to be interconnected or interwoven
- Two or more cable systems within a geographic are which agree to sell commercial time in combination with each other, usually at a discount
– any company other than the local phone company that supplies equipment for connection to phone company lines by sale lease or rent
Two or more cable systems distributing a commercial signal simultaneously used to promote local or regional cable advertising
1 A circuit administration point, other than a crossconnect or an information outlet, that provides capability for routing and rerouting circuits It does not use patch cords or jumper wires, and typically is a jack-and-plug device used in smaller distribution arrangements or that connects circuits in large cables to those in smaller cables 2 An Interconnect Company is one which sells, installs, and maintains telephone systems for end users, typically businesses
(Real Application Clusters Concepts) [definition #2] (Real Application Clusters Real Application Clusters Guard I - Concepts and Administration)
The metal and silicon patterns on an integrated circuit which serve to electrically interconnect components (e g transistors) and to supply power and distribute electrical data throughout the circuit
{f} connect one with another; become connected; connect, link (Computers)
A highly conductive material, usually aluminium or polysilicon, that carries electrical signals to different parts of a die
interconnected
Simple past tense and past participle of interconnect
interconnection
Connecting renewable-energy systems to the power grid

A dozen states have implemented policies for interconnection.

interconnected
reciprocally connected
interconnected
operating as a unit; "a unified utility system"; "a coordinated program"
interconnected
{s} mutually connected, connected to each other, linked together
interconnected
past of interconnect
interconnected
intertwined; connected at multiple points or levels
interconnecting
{s} connected with each other
interconnecting
present participle of interconnect
interconnection
(computer science) the act of interconnecting (wires or computers or theories etc )
interconnection
A connection or link between power systems that enables them to draw on one another's reserve in time of need
interconnection
The connecting of one network with another, e g a cellular carrier's wireless network with the local exchange
interconnection
the connection of a generating facility or a power distribution facility to an electric utility system or the NPC grid
interconnection
A connection scheme that provides direct access to the cabling infrastructure and the ability to make cabling system changes using equipment cords
interconnection
Term referring to traffic exchanged between different telecommunications networks Not all networks and services can be interconnected directly, as they use different technical solutions To enable such networks to “talk together”, a number of conditions must be specified on how to connect them together physically and translate the “language” of the individual services (interoperability) The interconnection rules also regulate the service provider's obligation to meet requests from other providers for interconnection and the payment for this
interconnection
(computer science) the act of interconnecting (wires or computers or theories etc
interconnection
Connection between; mutual connection
interconnection
a state of being connected reciprocally; "an interconnection between the two buildings"
interconnection
Transferring data from one third party service to another via communication link
interconnection
The electrical connection between two component pins or other items
interconnection
A connection scheme that provides for the direct connection of a cable to another cable or to an equipment cable without a patch cord or jumper
interconnection
The linking of telecommunications networks in order to allow one operators' subscribers to communicate with another operators' subscribers
interconnection
{i} mutual connection, reciprocal connection between two or more things
interconnection
When capitalized, any one of the five major electric system networks in North America: Eastern, Western, ERCOT, Quebec, and Alaska When not capitalized, the facilities that connect two systems or Control Areas Additionally, an interconnection refers to the facilities that connect a non-utility generator to a Control Area or system
interconnection
Linking two networks or systems independent from one another, via physical and logical connections
interconnection
A location within the sewer systems where the flow may pass from one sewer system to another Interconnections generally provide overflow relief to combined sewers in the event of sewer backup, thus minimizing basement flooding These interconnections generally discharge excess flows to storm sewers and produce much smaller volumes than CSOs in Edmonton There are 180 interconnections in Edmonton
interconnection
The physical and logical linking of telecommunications networks used by the same or a different organisation in order to allow the users of one organisation to communicate with users of the same or another organisation, or to access services provided by another organisation Services may be provided by the parties involved or other parties who have access to the network
interconnection
The physical plant and equipment, usually at transmission-level voltage, that transfers electric energy between two or more entities It can consist of a substation and an associated transmission line and communications facilities, or a simple electric power line or switching station
interconnection
a state of being connected reciprocally; "an interconnection between the two buildings
interconnection
Physical connection of electricity networks with one another for energy exchanges By extension, this term also refers to the power lines ensuring the connection
interconnection
  1   The linking together of interoperable systems [JP1]  2   The linkage used to join two or more communications units, such as systems, networks, links, nodes, equipment, circuits, and devices
interconnection
The connection of a piece of telephone equipment to the public switched network
interconnection
The termination of local traffic (including basic telecommunications service) or integrated services digital network and/or EAS/ELCS traffic of a CTU using the local access lines of another CTU
interconnection
The conductive path required to achieve a connection from a circuit element to the remainder of the circuit
interconnection
In a competitive power producer context, the point at which the transmission lines carrying the electricity output of a power facility connects with the utility grid, usually the local utilities nearest substation
interconnection
The connecting of one network with another, e g a cellular carrier's wireless network with the local exchange (Back to top )
interconnection
The conductive path required to achieve connection from a circuit element to the rest of the circuit
interconnection
The connection of one telecommunication carrier's network to another or the connection of a piece of telephone equipment to the nationwide telephone network
interconnection
If you say that there is an interconnection between two or more things, you mean that they are very closely connected. the alarming interconnection of drug abuse and AIDS infection
interconnection
A connection (physical or logical) between multiple things
interconnection
Equal access to networks between incumbent and competitive local exchange carriers; connecting one network to another, such as a cellular carrier’s network, with the local exchange
interconnection
the connection of two networks thereby allowing customers on one network to connect with customers on the other network, or to access services provided by the other network
interconnections
plural of interconnection
interconnects
third-person singular of interconnect
interconnect
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