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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Next we leverage the powerful MIMO signal processing to handle the overlooked in-tercell interference and new interference introduced by the full-duplex operation, which are critical to deliver the end-to-end benefits of full-duplex HetNets but were not well studied before.
Krunz, "Incorporating self-interference suppression for full-duplex operation in opportunistic spectrum access systems," IEEE Transaction on Wireless Communications, vol.
4K Gateway uses industry standard HD-SDI interfaces for eight video inputs and eight video outputs, all working simultaneously in multi-channel full-duplex operation. Each HD-SDI channel can operate in full mode (all dark areas transmitted) or view mode (dark areas not transmitted).
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.
It records up to 64 simultaneous video and audio streams, offers continuous or alarm-based recording, provides full-duplex operation over TCP/IP networks, and gives digital watermark certification.
PCI Express offers cost advantages, scalability, and full-duplex operation.
The TR1000 supports up to 96 channels of full-duplex operation, with echo cancellation and barge-in support on every channel, on a single card.
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.
In its initial phase, scheduled to run 18 months, the TTNT program will focus on resolving generic technical challenges, such as co-existence with Link 16; wideband, spread-spectrum or orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) without base stations; link synchronization; robust, user-scalable net management; secure, over-the-air downloads of initialization data; battle-development tracking wideband, spread-spectrum or OFDM full-duplex operation in the L band; and the potential for the use of modular components compatible with current Link 16 terminals.