LI

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AcronymDefinition
LILong Island
LIList (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
LILife Insurance
LILevel I
LILithium-Ion (battery type)
LILegal Issues
LILow Income
LILithium
LILiechtenstein (ISO country code, top level domain)
LILiberia
LILine Interface
LILine Item
LIList Item (computing)
LILeadership Institute (think tank & political training facility in Arlington, Virginia)
LILine Interactive (type of uninterruptible power supply)
LILinearly Independent (algebra)
LILifted Index (meteorology)
LIList Index (programming)
LILetter of Intent
LILarge Intestine
LILive-Interactive
LILight Infantry
LILethal Injection
LILaser Interferometry (semiconductors)
LILearning Issues (education)
LILighthouse International
LILevel Indicator (industrial control description)
LILow Impedance
LILawful Interception
LILoad Immediate (computer programming)
LILivorno, Toscana (Italian province)
LILAN Interface
LILawsonia Intracellularis
LILisunov (Soviet aircraft designer)
LILeasehold Improvements (taxation, accounting)
LILego Island (game)
LIThe Light Infantry (a British Regiment)
LILogarithmic Integral (mathematics)
LILength Indicator
LILamellar Ichthyosis
LILight Current
LILexington Institute
LILouping Ill
LILaughing Inside
LILing Island (Railroad)
LILimited Intervention (TRADOC)
LILight Inspection
LILangelier Index
LILatency Increase
LILifting Index (NIOSH)
LILeitender Ingenieur (chief engineer on German submarine)
LILivestock Inspector
LILateral Infarction
LILou's Inferno (gaming)
LILetterist International (Paris, France)
LILawn Institute (Rolling Meadows, IL)
LILiberal Intergovernmental (EU)
LILaureoli International (various locations)
LILink Input Analysis
LI(USN Rating) Lithographer
LILadani Institute (Sri Lanka)
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The combination of our low-power line interface transceiver and PMC-Sierra's framer devices will provide our customers with the optimal solution for equipment that bridges the gap between traditional copper and emerging optical networks.
Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU) Microelectronics Group, has launched a family of low-cost, high-density subscriber line interface circuit (SLIC) chips targeted for telecommunications switching equipment used in countries with developing communications infrastructures, such as China, Brazil, and India.