T - Definitions

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    Transport Services Access Point (TSAP)

    A Transport Services Access Point (TSAP) is an end-point for communication between the Transport layer (layer 4) and the Session layer in the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) reference model.

  • Traversal Using Relay NAT (TURN)

    Traversal Using Relay NAT (TURN) is a protocol, currently at the working draft stage, that is intended to govern the reception of data over a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or User Datagram Protocol (UDP) connection by a single communications device operating behind a Network Address Translator (NAT) or firewall... (Continued)

  • tree network

    In telecommunication networks, a tree network is a combination of two or more star networks connected together.

  • Trema

    Trema is an open source framework for developing OpenFlow controllers for software-defined networking in the Ruby and C programming languages.

  • triangulation

    Triangulation is a process by which the location of a radio transmitter can be determined by measuring either the radial distance, or the direction, of the received signal from two or three different points.

  • triple-play network

    A triple-play network is one in which voice, video and data are all provided in a single access subscription... (Continued)

  • triplecast

    A triplecast (TM) is the simultaneous broadcast of a program on television, radio, and an Internet site or channel.

  • tru2way

    Tru2way is the trade name for a technology that facilitates interactive TV and the convergence of digital television (DTV) with other communications devices... (Continued)

  • trunk

    A trunk is a physical path or link in a communications system that interconnects major switching centers or nodes and is designed to handle many transmissions simultaneously.

  • Turtle Firewall

    Turtle Firewall is an open source firewall program written in Perl that supports Linux Kernels 2.4.x and iptables. Turtle Firewall was written by Andrea Frigido of Frisoft, and is available under the GNU Public License (GPL) .

  • twinaxial cable

    Twinaxial cable is coaxial cable that contains two inner conducting wires rather than one.

  • two-tiered Internet

    Two-tiered Internet refers to proposed changes in Internet architecture that would give priority to the traffic of those who have paid for premium service.

  • two-way server

    A two-way server is a server that incorporates a multi-core processor for increased performance... (Continued)

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