Wireline meaning

wīr'līn'
Of or relating to the transmission of electromagnetic signals through wires.

A wireline network.

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A communications connection via a copper or fiber cable. See landline.
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Telephone service that is delivered through telephone lines. Wireline service contrasts with wireless service, which doesn’t require that the phone be connected to a telephone line.
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Referring to a service that connects to the public switched telephone network (PSTN) through a local loop of copper wire or glass fiber that terminates in a fixed location at a customer premises. A wireline service is in contrast to a wireless local loop (WLL) and a wireless service such as cellular. See also cellular radio, fiber, PSTN, wire, wireless, and WLL.
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(telecommunications) A landline.
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(oil industry) A wire that runs from a drill rig down into the drill hole to support a deadload or other downhole tool.
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Origin of wireline