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Synonyms for bridge

Synonyms for bridge

a circuit consisting of two branches (4 arms arranged in a diamond configuration) across which a meter is connected

something resembling a bridge in form or function

a wooden support that holds the strings up

a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth

the link between two lenses

an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain stands

connect or reduce the distance between

make a bridge across

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It also shines in outdoor wireless point-to-point or point-to-multipoint applications, whether it's serving as an access point for Universal -- a/b/g--wireless connections, or bridging multiple locations; the SMC2888W can do both, using one band to bridge, and the other to serve as a wireless access point.
Reverse bridging allows conventional PCI or PCI-X processors and chipsets to configure and control advanced PCIe switches and endpoints.
In Access Point/Bridge mode, the unit provides both Access Point and Bridging functionalities; with Bridging function supported through Wireless Distribution System (WDS).
Wireless LAN bridging solutions provide a valuable link between buildings but harsh outdoor weather conditions can degrade wireless performance.
The Energy Bridge keeps the agreements between the parties essentially separate from each other, and simply places the close-out mechanics of the ISDA Master Agreement between the parties "on top" of the specified Bridged Agreements if a Bridging Event is triggered.
With the addition of the Cisco Aironet Wireless LAN Security, Cisco Aironet Essentials of Wireless Bridging and the Cisco Aironet Advanced Wireless Bridging Lab, this curriculum represents the most comprehensive wireless networking training available in the growing WLAN marketplace.
By serving as a high-capacity WAN uplink to remote optical systems, free-space optics systems provide significant time-to-market advantages and reduce opportunity costs by quickly bridging the gap between fiber-rich environments and a carrier's Point of Presence (POP).