cable length

IPA: kˈeɪbʌɫɫˈɛŋkθ

noun

  • One tenth of a nautical mile.

Examples of "cable-length" in Sentences

  • There, right in front of the _Porpoise_, and not a cable-length away was
  • Four-tenths of a second would make a difference of only one-tenth of a mile - a cable-length!
  • Four-tenths of a second would make a difference of only one-tenth of a mile -- a cable-length!
  • "Ranger," instead of bringing up alongside her enemy, came to anchor half a cable-length astern.
  • The strange boat was steadily forging up-stream and presently it was disclosed to view no more than a cable-length away.
  • And even the cables between guitars and amps can be adjusted, as longer cable-length generally translates into better sound quality.
  • I saw my boat, my River-Ribbon, floating its cable-length, but never more, and undulating to the throbs of tide that pulsated along the blue vein of water, heralding the motion of the heart outside.
  • The flotilla stole away from the brig, sunburned, savage men with bright weapons for whom life was like a throw of the dice, and the pearly fog concealed them when they had passed no more than a cable-length away.
  • Imposing several different channels on one cable-length is called multiplexing and, depending on the application, the various channels can either carry several different computer conversations simultaneously or can send several bits of one computer conversation in parallel, just as though there were a ribbon cable between the two participating computers.

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