from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A conducting cord with a plug at each end, used to make connections between circuit terminals at a patchboard.
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- n. a length of wire that has a plug at each end; used to make connections at a patchboard
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From it depended a length of patchcord terminating in prongs ... prongs that would fit the receptacle in the glittering plate he wore in his forehead.
Optical cord Patch cordBunched (ribbon) fan-out optical patchcord is protected and seperated fiber ribbon (usually 12 fibers) with connector on the end to realize the seperate fiber connection with the ODF.
Optical cord Patch cord optical cord patchcord general 12 cores low insertion loss ...
"The availability of a particular patchcord is inversely proportional to its need."
Arden Photonics Ltd announces the ModCon mode control patchcord.