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trans·cei·ver

(tran-sē'vĕr)
A coil that both transmits radiofrequency and receives the magnetic resonance signal.
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Mini GBIC port The mini GBIC port allows for administrators to add mini GBIC SFP Transceivers.
The 24-Port 10/100 + 2-Port Gigabit Switch + 1 Mini GBIC with WebView (SRW224) is immediately available through major distributors, value-added resellers and business solution providers at a Manufacturers Suggested Retail Price of pounds Sterling 185.
Furukawa's FITELwaveAG8 meets all GBIC standards, including low-power usage and a compact transceiver using its OSA (Optical Sub-Assembly) technology.
Utilizing Finisar's new 1000Base-T Copper GBIC Transceiver Module, Shomiti's THGs is the industry's first distributed protocol analyzer to support Gigabit Ethernet links over Category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cabling.
This GBIC connector is designed for high-speed networking applications such as Fibre Channel and Gigabit Ethernet, and telecom applications including metropolitan area networks (MANs), wide area networks (WANs), and central office networking.
LOS ANGELES -- Gulf Biomedical Corporation (OTC PK: GBIC) is pleased to announce a well-respected firm TSC, has upgraded their rating on GBIC.
The recent attention provides GBIC with a positive outlook heading into 2006 with multiple lines of products set to hit the market.
Don West, President of GBIC stated "A line of six 'Magic' products makes good economic sense for us.
GBIC stock has risen from 30(cents) a share a few months ago to as high as $4.
CXtec represented to the government that the GBICs were manufactured by various well-known corporations, including Cisco, Nortel Networks, and Extreme Networks.
With a design capacity of up to 5 terabits per second on certain cable sections, the GBICS will have the capability to meet the rapid growth in demand that has been forecast for traffic originating and terminating in Gulf.