- telecomm the cables that take a common route through an exchange building linking ranks of selectors
- plastic housing used to conceal wires, etc; casing
- the delivery of goods over long distances, esp by road vehicles to local distribution centres, from which deliveries and collections are made
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Examples from the Web for trunking
Success in automatic telephony did come by the re-adoption of the trunking method.Cyclopedia of Telephony & Telegraphy Vol. 1
Broadly speaking there are two general methods that may be employed in trunking between exchanges.
Where the trunking is done between offices, however, the system may be so modified as to work over two wire inter-office trunks.
The trunking between large offices has already been described.