duplexing


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duplexing

[′dü‚pleks·iŋ]
(communications)
(computer science)
The provision of redundant hardware or excess capacity which can pick up the work load in the event of failure of one part of a computer system.
(metallurgy)
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Of the four chosen vendors, Wavtrace is the only one providing a point-to-multipoint system based on time division duplexing (TDD) technology.
This feature is commonly referred to as -unlimited- duplexing because the quantity is not limited by the capacity of a physical duplex tray.
Featuring Standard Automatic Duplexing, both models offer several input, throughput and output options including two document feeders, a large-capacity paper deck pedestal providing 1,500 additional sheets, and four sorting options, either with or without stapling.
The regular use of the duplexing feature will also save energy; it takes 10 times more energy to produce a sheet of paper than to copy an image onto it.