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inglés translation: Automatic Ring Down (ARD)

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Traducción al inglés:Automatic Ring Down (ARD)
Aportado por: Parrot

16:53 Jul 8, 2004
Traducciones de español a inglés [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Telecomunicaciones / Telecom services
Término o frase en español: (conexión) sin marcar
How do you call those lines where you pick up the handset and it connects you without dialling? "Hotline" doesn't seem to cover both an ATM and the Fire Brigade...
Parrot
España
Local time: 01:59
Automatic Ring Down (ARD)
Explicación:
Colloquially it is called a "hotline".

Here is one definition from http://npstc.du.edu/documents/glossary.html:

Automatic Ring Down (ARD): A private line connecting a station instrument in one location to a station instrument in a distant location with automatic two-way signaling. The automatic two-way signaling used on these circuits causes the station instrument on one end of the circuit to ring when the station instrument on the other end goes off-hook. This circuit is sometimes called a "hot-line" because urgent communications are typically associated with this service. ARD circuits are commonly used in the financial industry. May also have one way signaling. Station "A" rings Station "B" when Station "A" goes off hook, but Station "B" cannot ring Station "A".

Another definition from http://bovis.gyuvet.ch/3dict/322tele1.htm for "Automatic Ringdown (ARD)" (ringdown = one word):

Automatic Ringdown (ARD): A dedicated circuit on which no dialing is needed; simply seizing one end starts ringing at the other. Colloquially called a "hotline."

Hope this helps and good luck!
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Todd Field
Estados Unidos
Local time: 17:59
Grading comment
Thanks, I checked it out and found other glossaries. Good addtion to the KOG!
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3 +2Automatic Ring Down (ARD)
Todd Field
5It sounds like you are talking about
yolanda Speece
3open line
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18 minutos   Nivel de confianza: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5
(conexión) sin marcar
open line


Explicación:
creo

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18 minutos   Nivel de confianza: Answerer confidence 5/5
(conexión) sin marcar
It sounds like you are talking about


Explicación:
Automatic dial-up, speed dial or Voice activated dialing
There are some where you just push a button and it makes the call for you automatically. then there are some where you mention the name of the person whom you are trying to call and it automatically calls the person you are trying to reach.

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27 minutos   Nivel de confianza: Answerer confidence 3/5Answerer confidence 3/5 Coincidencias de otros usuarios (netas) +2
(conexión) sin marcar
Automatic Ring Down (ARD)


Explicación:
Colloquially it is called a "hotline".

Here is one definition from http://npstc.du.edu/documents/glossary.html:

Automatic Ring Down (ARD): A private line connecting a station instrument in one location to a station instrument in a distant location with automatic two-way signaling. The automatic two-way signaling used on these circuits causes the station instrument on one end of the circuit to ring when the station instrument on the other end goes off-hook. This circuit is sometimes called a "hot-line" because urgent communications are typically associated with this service. ARD circuits are commonly used in the financial industry. May also have one way signaling. Station "A" rings Station "B" when Station "A" goes off hook, but Station "B" cannot ring Station "A".

Another definition from http://bovis.gyuvet.ch/3dict/322tele1.htm for "Automatic Ringdown (ARD)" (ringdown = one word):

Automatic Ringdown (ARD): A dedicated circuit on which no dialing is needed; simply seizing one end starts ringing at the other. Colloquially called a "hotline."

Hope this helps and good luck!

Todd Field
Estados Unidos
Local time: 17:59
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Idioma materno: inglés
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Thanks, I checked it out and found other glossaries. Good addtion to the KOG!

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