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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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Avago Technologies Unveils New Ethernet SFP+ Optical Transceivers II-13
The Serial/Deserializer (SerDes) transceiver architecture is also devised to allow for easy adoption in different applications, and scaling when multiple high-speed serial links are required on a single integrated circuit.
Higher speed IrDA transceivers and IrSimple protocols provide mobile devices with the fastest data transfer time, lower power consumption and higher security features at a much lower design cost.
Transceivers suitable for both Gigabit Ethernet and Fibre Channel applications are widely available in either single or quad packages.
Delivering the world's first single-chip RF HEDGE transceivers supporting 10.
The success of the product demonstration marks an important milestone in Picolight's continued industry leadership of VCSEL transceivers for extended reach applications," said Vidya Sharma, vice president of marketing, Picolight.
This highly integrated transceiver module will enable network equipment manufacturers to increase port density and system data throughput and consequently reduce costs per Gigabit per second.
4 transceiver can be combined with roughly 200 8-bit and 16-bit PIC microcontrollers, and dsPIC([R]) DSCs, to provide the most cost-optimized wireless networking solutions," said Ganesh Moorthy, Microchip's executive vice president.
Unlike conventional solutions that implement the analog functions on separate devices or include the data converters on the ASIC, the AD9352 and AD9353 RF transceivers utilize "smart-partitioning," a concept pioneered by ADI, to integrate all the analog signal processing technologyCoanalog-to-digital converters (ADCs), digital-to-analog converters (DACs), and RF functionsCoon a single chip.
BroadLight and Delta Electronics (Delta) today jointly announced that they have entered into an agreement for a strategic partnership, whereby Delta will assume the production and sale of BroadLight's PON (passive optical network) transceiver products.
BeamExpress uses proprietary technology in the packaging of multi-channel transceivers and is shipping in volume from its manufacturing facilities in Asia.
Lowly-integrated transceivers usually need four or five pieces of IC, which have negative influence on design sophistication, adjusting, size and power consumption.