Type Channel

Some articles on channels, channel, type, types, type channel:

L-carrier
... The initial system developed in the late 1930s had 600 voice channels, far more than could be carried by balanced pair carrier systems, and cheaper per channel for high-usage routes ... This version was standardized as "Type L Telephone Carrier System" in 1938, abbreviated at "L-1" after further developments ensued ... Each successive version, excepting the 360 channel "L-2," had at least twice as many channels as the previous version, culminating in the L-5E design in 1976 ...
Nervous System - Function - Neurons and Synapses
... Most neurons send signals via their axons, although some types are capable of dendrite-to-dendrite communication ... In fact, the types of neurons called amacrine cells have no axons, and communicate only via their dendrites.) Neural signals propagate along an axon in the form of electrochemical waves ... Depending on the type of receptor, the resulting effect on the postsynaptic cell may be excitatory, inhibitory, or modulatory in more complex ways ...
Voltage-dependent Calcium Channel - Channel Subunits
... There are several different kinds of high-voltage-gated calcium channels (HVGCCs) ... They are structurally homologous among varying types they are all similar, but not structurally identical ... High-voltage-gated calcium channels include the neural N-type channel blocked by ω-conotoxinGVIA, the R-type channel (R stands for Resistant to the other blockers and toxins ...

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