an inductance coil used to improve the characteristics of a transmission line.
an inductance coil inserted at regular intervals and in series with the conductors of a transmission line in order to improve its characteristics
noun, Computers. 1. a series of instructions entered automatically in a program that starts the processing.
noun, Nautical. 1. Also called Plimsoll line. any of various lines marked on the sides of a cargo vessel to indicate the depth to which a vessel may be immersed under certain conditions. Compare (def 1a). 2. the line made by the surface of the water on the hull of a loaded ship. noun 1. […]
- Load-line mark
[lohd-lahyn] /ˈloʊdˌlaɪn/ noun, Nautical. 1. any of various marks by which the allowable loading and the load line at load displacement are established for a merchant vessel; a load line.
noun 1. a motor vehicle that is capable of carrying a load rather than, or as well as, passengers