[lin-duh n-hurst] /ˈlɪn dənˌhɜrst/
a village on central Long Island, in SE New York.
- Line noise
A term that describes the disruption that can occur to data transmissions through the interference of stray electromagnetic signals. communications 1. Spurious characters due to electrical noise in a communications link, especially an EIA-232 serial connection. Line noise may be induced by poor connections, interference or crosstalk from other circuits, electrical storms, cosmic rays, or […]
noun 1. a panel carved with a linenfold.
noun 1. paper, usually superior in quality, made from pure linen or from substitutes that produce a similar paper finish. noun 1. paper made from flax fibres or having a similar texture