simplex transmission

simplex transmission

[′sim‚pleks tranz¦mish·ən]
(communications)
A mode of radio transmission in which communication takes place between two stations in only one direction at a time.
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A system for serial communication as a simplex transmission null modem connection has been designed referring to [7]; in this work data have been generated from the transmitter and received by the receiver in stead of PC.
Shaligram, 2008, "Design of Embedded System for Simplex Transmission to a PC through Power line", ICEVD.
Users reported that they found both the simplex and duplex parts of the system valuable, with most user requests being satisfied using data received via simplex transmission. Users liked the personalized filtering of information which created an active medium.