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rosetas (see context)

English translation: (wall plate) telephone jack

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Spanish term or phrase:rosetas (see context)
English translation:(wall plate) telephone jack
Entered by: Eloisa Anchezar

16:30 Apr 29, 2005
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - IT (Information Technology) / IT
Spanish term or phrase: rosetas (see context)
causa: CAMBIO ó CONEXIÓN EN ROSETA
acción: UTILIZACION DE ROSETAS CON CIRCUITO
PARA PROTECCION EN ZONAS DE ALTA
ISODENSIDAD.
• VENTA DE KIT DE AUTOINSTALACION DE
EXTENSIONES.
Eloisa Anchezar
Czech Republic
Local time: 17:09
(wall plate) telephone jack
Explanation:
In the U. S., telephone jacks are also known as registered jacks, sometimes described as RJ-XX, and are a series of telephone connection interfaces (receptacle and plug) that are registered with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). They derive from interfaces that were part of AT&T's Universal Service Order Codes (USOC) and were adopted as part of FCC regulations (specifically Part 68, Subpart F. Section 68.502). The term jack sometimes means both receptacle and plug and sometimes just the receptacle.
RJ-11
The most common telephone jack is the RJ-11 jack, which can have six conductors but usually is implemented with four. The RJ-11 jack is likely to be the jack that your household or office phones are plugged into from the ordinary "untwisted" wire (sometimes called "gray satin" or "flat wire") people are most familiar with. In turn, the jacks connect to the "outside" longer wires known as twisted pair that connect to the telephone company central office or to a private branch exchange (PBX).

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Jaime Oriard
Mexico
Local time: 10:09
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thanks a lot!! very useful information!
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(wall plate) telephone jack


Explanation:
In the U. S., telephone jacks are also known as registered jacks, sometimes described as RJ-XX, and are a series of telephone connection interfaces (receptacle and plug) that are registered with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). They derive from interfaces that were part of AT&T's Universal Service Order Codes (USOC) and were adopted as part of FCC regulations (specifically Part 68, Subpart F. Section 68.502). The term jack sometimes means both receptacle and plug and sometimes just the receptacle.
RJ-11
The most common telephone jack is the RJ-11 jack, which can have six conductors but usually is implemented with four. The RJ-11 jack is likely to be the jack that your household or office phones are plugged into from the ordinary "untwisted" wire (sometimes called "gray satin" or "flat wire") people are most familiar with. In turn, the jacks connect to the "outside" longer wires known as twisted pair that connect to the telephone company central office or to a private branch exchange (PBX).

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Jaime Oriard
Mexico
Local time: 10:09
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 6
Grading comment
thanks a lot!! very useful information!

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agree  francisco_mx: Si señor
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