duplex

See escapement.
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duplex

In communications, point to point channels are either full duplex or half duplex. In full duplex, both ends can transmit at the same time. In half duplex, only one end can transmit at a time. Half duplex has advantages in saving bandwidth for mobile networks and is used, for example, in PoC and the FDM variant of WCDMA. Full duplex is easier to manage and is used wherever this is more important than saving bandwidth. ...
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duplex

  1. a house with two units sharing a common wall
  2. an apartment having rooms on two floors that are connected by a staircase

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duplex

Double, having two parts. Applies to frames with two down tubes, and chains with double rows of rollers.
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Duplex

• (a.) Double; twofold. • (a.) To arrange, as a telegraph line, so that two messages may be transmitted simultaneously; to equip with a duplex telegraphic outfit.
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duplex

adjective (used technically of a device or process) having two parts; `a duplex transaction`
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Duplex

[automobile] The Duplex was a Canadian automobile built by the United Iron Works Company, of Montreal in 1923. The engine was an unconventional 4-cylinder 2-stroke engine with two pistons per cylinder, which the makers claimed gave excellent fuel economy. The Duplex had a 110-inch wheelbase, and the proposed tourer was priced at CDN$1750. T...
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Duplex

[building] A duplex house is a dwelling having apartments with separate entrances for two households. This includes two-story houses having a complete apartment on each floor and also side-by-side apartments on a single lot that share a common wall. By contrast, a building comprising two attached units on two distinct properties is typicall...
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Duplex

[moth] Duplex is a genus of moths of the Micronoctuidae family. ...
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Duplex

[telecommunications] A duplex communication system is a point-to-point system composed of two connected parties or devices that can communicate with one another in both directions. There are two types of duplex communication systems: full-duplex and half-duplex. In a full duplex system, both parties can communicate to the other simultaneous...
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Duplex

Du'plex adjective [ Latin , from duo two + plicare to fold. See Two , and Complex .] Double; twofold. Duplex escapement , a peculiar kind of watch escapement, in which the scape-wheel has two sets of teeth. See Escapement . -- Duplex lat...
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Duplex

Du'plex transitive verb [ See Duplex , adjective ] (Teleg.) To arrange, as a telegraph line, so that two messages may be transmitted simultaneously; to equip with a duplex telegraphic outfit.
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Duplex

A structure that provides housing accommodations for two families and supplies each with separate en
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Duplex

a type of problem in which there are two solutions, the second one reversing the roles of the colours in the first. The most common type is the duplex helpmate, in which the two solutions to be found are: black moves first and cooperates with white to be mated; and white moves first and cooperates with black to be mated.
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duplex

designating or pertaining to a method of operation in which information can be transmitted in both directions simultaneously between two points
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duplex

designating or pertaining to a mode of operation in which information can be transmitted in both directions simultaneously between two points
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Duplex

Double, having two parts. Applies to frames with two down tubes, and chains with double rows of roll
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Duplex

Duplex A channel capable of transmitting data in both directions at the same time. A half duplex is a channel capable of transmitting data in both directions, but not simultaneously.
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duplex

Duplex escapement, a peculiar kind of watch escapement, in which the scape-wheel has two sets of teeth. ... Duplex lathe, one for turning off, screwing, and surfacing, by means of two cutting tools, on opposite sides of the piece operated upon. ... Duplex pumping engine, a steam pump in which two steam cylinders are placed side by side, one operati...
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Duplex

In a communication channel, the ability to transmit in both directions.
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Duplex

Name given to a family of stainless steels which have a near equal mix of austenite and ferrite. Duplex stainless steels exhibit high strength and excellent corrosion resistance.
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Duplex

Pertaining to simultaneous two-way independent data communication transmission in both direction. Same as 'full duplex'.
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Duplex

see Full Duplex and Half Duplex
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Duplex

Simultaneous send and receive / Double sided printing, details ...
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Duplex

The ability of a scanner to scan both sides of a sheet simultaneously. Requires two scanner cameras and often two processing boards
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