See zero-byte time slot interchange (ZBTSI)
zero minus dialing
See 0 or 0- dialing
zero plus dialing
See 0+ dialing
The elimination of unimportant zeros; for example, 0.15 is recorded as .15.
A technique used to achieve transparency in bit-oriented protocols. A zero is inserted into sequences of one bits that cause false flag
direction. Synonym: bit stuffing bit stuffing
zero-byte time slot interchange (ZBTSI)
A technique used to ensure pulse density for clear channel capability.
A short dial tone to an automatic call distribution (ACD) agent; it indicates that a call is being connected to the agent console.
A protocol featuring a streaming facility that offers higher efficiency than Xmodem or Ymodem. See modem.
The day at Greenwich, England.
Zulu is the abbreviation for Longitude Zero or Greenwich, England Mean
Time (GMT). Zulu time is 6 hours later than Central Standard Time and 5
hours later than Central Daylight-Savings Time. Zulu time (GMT) is
always the same worldwide. Communications network switches are
coordinated on Zulu Time.