transmitter-receiver


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transmitter-receiver

[tranz′mid·ər ri′sē·vər]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Here we consider an interference network of M+N legitimate transmitter-receiver pairs, in which each receiver could be the potential Eve.
The pixel at location (x, y) on the damage map is defined as the sum of damage index determined by individual transmitter-receiver pair as follows:
Calculation of FSL is carried out using the distance d obtained through the transmitter-receiver pair coordinates and the predefined frequency of propagation wave f at the beginning of the simulation.
The estimated K-factors versus transmitter-receiver distance in our measurement scenario are depicted in Fig.
The opto-sensor uses a two-component transmitter-receiver configuration that creates a steady beam of light, or light barrier.
The interface includes a transmitter-receiver pair which communicates by using a point-to-point frequency-hopping 2.4 GHz RF protocol.
An infrared transmitter-receiver on a button broadcasts that information into space and reads information broadcast from nearby buttons on other people's wearables.
The system includes the transmitter-receiver pair, which communicates using a point-to-point frequency-hopping 2.4 GHz RF protocol.
Aimed at low-cost short range wireless applications, an ASK (amplitute shift keyed) transmitter-receiver pair providing up to 115 kbps data-rate at 800 MHz to 1 GHz operating frequency is available from Micrel Semiconductor.