duplex transmission


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du·plex trans·mis·sion

the passage of impulses in both directions through a nerve trunk.

duplex transmission

Etymology: L, duplex, twofold
the passage of a neural impulse in both directions along a nerve fiber.

duplex transmission

The passage of impulses through a nerve trunk in both directions by sensory and motor neurons.
See also: transmission
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Using a patented technique called Air Division Duplexing (ADD), which combines MIMO and full duplex transmission, the Janus AirDuplex achieves data rates of up to 1Gb/s in a single 28MHz channel, and 2Gb/s in a 56MHz bandwidth.
The system's parallel memory transmission enables the RICOH Aficio FAX5000L to begin transmitting a fax as soon as the first page has been scanned into memory, and duplex transmission allows users to send two-sided documents without having to send each side individually.
The FASTLINE 2000 mSDSL supports synchronous, full duplex transmission over one unconditioned twisted pair (2-wires) and provides high-speed connectivity for Frame Relay, Voice, Internet Access, Wireless backbone, Intranet, Campus and ATM networks.