simplex channel

simplex channel

[′sim‚pleks ¦chan·əl]
(communications)
A channel which permits transmission in one direction only.
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1 The radio station frequency will be VHF simplex channel presently licensed to the University in the 150 MHz 160 MHz band.
Stock-quote services such as Lotus' Signal transmit financial data over simplex channel to personal computers where the data is processed and presented.
727a -- Channel counts ranging from 16 to 3470- multiple instantiations support flexible design optimization up through OC-768 -- Typically less than 9 gates per simplex channel - excellent cost and power savings -- Single-Port RAM for ASIC versions - cuts design size in half for high channel counts -- A memory-less architecture (CS4590) - enables further optimization of architecture for very high channel counts -- On-line configurability between G.
SAN DIEGO -- Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation (Pink Sheets: VTSS), a leading provider of advanced IC solutions for Carrier and Enterprise networks, today announced the immediate availability of the VSC8247, a single-chip device with four simplex channels of Electronic Dispersion Compensation (EDC) and integrated Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) functions.
It is proposed here to replace this facility (16 x 33 MHz simplex channels with limited memory and Doppler processing) with a state-of-the-art multi-channel (8 x 8 FDD duplex) wideband (160MHz) wireless.
The CS4100 series of ASVCs ("application-specific virtual components") provide 16 to 1024 simplex channels of speech compression, delivering an optimal solution for rapidly growing markets such as cordless handsets, DECT, voicemail systems, avionics communications and specifically packetized voice systems often referred to as Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP).
A single fiber pair can support any combination from 32 simplex channels to 16 full duplex channels.