transceiver

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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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GBIC being one of the leaders in the debit card industry in the European market with more than 90 million girocards issued in Germany, JCB expects to increase brand presence significantly in the region.
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This is an amicable parting of the ways between parties that is a result of the Bass Beer Worldwide sale to Interbrew and regulatory requirements related to that transaction," said GBIC president John Replogle.