Definition of trunking in English:


Line breaks: trunk|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈtrʌŋkɪŋ


[mass noun]
  • 1A system of shafts or conduits for cables or ventilation.
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    • Both air-conditioning and good cable trunking systems are required to modernise the building and make it attractive for a successful letting.
    • Where any dimension in cross-section is 150 mm or more, duct work, electrical trunking and pipe work shall be shown in double lines.
    • The finished offices will have suspended ceilings and trunking for power and computer cabling.
  • 2The use or arrangement of trunk lines.
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    • This aggregation or trunking complies with the IEEE 802.3ad standard.
    • Furthermore, technologies such as composite trunking enable service providers to leverage router switch fabrics for improved IP layer restoration, optical layer internetworking, and dynamic bandwidth and service provisioning.
    • Portable and mobile radios will operate on the ALMR network to replace non-compliant legacy trunking equipment.

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