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All of the difficulties and losses inherent in a terrestrial link are present, plus the relative positions of the two end points of the link vary and the variability of the transmission medium between them also varies.
The King Fahad Causeway, opened in November 1986, is Bahrain's only terrestrial link with neighbouring Saudi Arabia.
Ciena was selected to supply optical switching equipment for all 16 cable landing sites as well as for 100G transport for an upgrade of the terrestrial link connecting Alexandria to Suez in Egypt.
The King Fahad Causeway, opened on November 26, 1986, is Bahrain's only terrestrial link with neighbouring Saudi Arabia.
The company plans to eliminate that terrestrial link by launching a VSAT low-data wide area network (WAN) that will be used for transmit and back haul operations between affiliates and Educational Media Foundation's central operation hub.
This new GES is a terrestrial link to ORBCOMM's network of low-earth orbit satellites providing low-cost, near real-time, two-way machine-to-machine (M2M) satellite communications.
Manama: Authorities in Bahrain said they had foiled an attempt to smuggle bomb-making materials on a bus coming from Iraq through King Fahad Causeway, the 25-kilometre long terrestrial link with Saudi Arabia.
According to official figures, around 233,900 people used the terrestrial link between the two kingdoms from February 28 to March 4.
This new terrestrial link enables Reliance Globalcom to provide business critical service provision to its customers by offering dual cable route diversity between India and China for the first time.
They include the airport and the King Fahad Causeway, the 25-kilometre long terrestrial link with Saudi Arabia.
King Fahad Causeway, Bahrain's only terrestrial link, was officially inaugurated on November 26, 1986.
Ekinops and Agarik have teamed up to transport multi GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) and Fibre Channel streams over one of the longest distances ever spanned by a DWDM terrestrial link in France.

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