full-duplex operation

full-duplex operation

[¦fu̇l ¦dü‚pleks ‚äp·ə′rā·shən]
(communications)
Simultaneous communications in both directions between two points.
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The converters support auto-MDI/MDIX and auto-negotiation, link loss forwarding technology, full-duplex operation and flow control.
The sixth pin on the H-350 is often called Pin K Pin F is "hot" and gives the H-350 full-duplex operation over telephone circuits.
The UAI can interface with the VIC-l, -2, -3 and other military intercom systems, is fully backwards compatible with older systems and allows listening capabilities for an unlimited number of crew members per channel whilst allowing four simultaneous talkers full-duplex operation.
The Emulex LightPulse(R) family of Fibre Channel HBAs offers full fabric support, high data integrity, full-duplex operation, data buffering for up to 100km of cabling and support for all Fibre Channel topologies.
The 10/100Mb/s fast LAN adapter has a 32-bit PCI bus master architecture with low CPU utilisation and provides full-duplex operation.
The device also features a low-noise transmitter architecture, eliminating the need for transmit-path SAW filters, which are usually needed to prevent transmitter noise from interfering with the receiver in full-duplex operation.
Two fibers can be used for full-duplex operation (TX/RX), with distances up to 2,000 m (6,600') over multimode fiber-optic cable (62.
Can support full-duplex operation for 200 Mb/s throughput.
With powerful echo cancellation technology, convenient volume and mute buttons, and full-duplex operation, the USR9610 works just like a traditional speakerphone, only without the costs of a long distance call.
Full-duplex operation is not possible with conventional Ethernet because of the collision-detection scheme it uses to control network access.
The full-duplex operation provides rich, clear, enhanced sound with no clipping or distortion.
This enhanced software improves voice clarity, full-duplex operation and speaker volume for 16kHz voice applications.