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Operational mode of a communication circuit in which each end can simultaneously transmit and receive data
Means that communications between two end points can take place at the same time A standard voice telephone call is a full-duplex call because both parties can talk at the same time and be heard A short wave radio conversation between two people is not full-duplex because the person talking has to press the transmit button to talk, and while he is talking he can not hear the other party See Half Duplex
Two way simultaneous data transmission by both ends of a communications link
a communication channel over which both transmission and reception are possible in two directions at the some time A standard telephone line is a full duplex system since people on either end of the connect can simultaneously speak while listening to sounds coming from the other end
Refers to the transmission of data in two directions simultaneously For example, a telephone is a full-duplex device because both parties can talk at once In contrast, a walkie-talkie is a half-duplex device because only one party can transmit at a time Most modems have a switch that lets you choose between full-duplex and half-duplex modes The choice depends on which communications program you are running In full-duplex mode, data you transmit does not appear on your screen until it has been received and sent back by the other party This enables you to validate that the data has been accurately transmitted If your display screen shows two of each character, it probably means that your modem is set to half-duplex mode when it should be in full-duplex mode
A channel providing simultaneous transmission in both directions
A method of communication between two computers (or devices) that enables simultaneous transmission in both directions
Communication providing simultaneous sending and receiving See also half duplex
A data communication scheme that permits simultaneous transmission in both directions
Simultaneous transmission and reception of information
A data transmission mode that provides simultaneous and independent transmission and reception A conventional telephone communication is an example of this technique See HALF DUPLEX
Operation mode of a communication circuit in which each end can simultaneously transmit and receive
The ability to transfer information in both directions across a given circuit at the same time
Refers to a communications system that uses two separate transmit and receive paths to allow simultaneous conversation in two directions
A communications system or channel capable of simultaneous transmission in two directions See Duplex
– a circuit that permits transmission in two directions simultaneously
Simultaneous two-way communication path
Data transmission over a circuit capable of transmitting in both directions simultaneously For Ethernet, full duplex operation was defined in the IEEE 802 3x standard
A communications link that transmits data independently in both directions
A possible property of a data-communications line: that data can be transferred in both directions, simultaneously The alternatives are Half Duplex and Simplex
Refers to the transmission of data in two directions simultaneously In full-duplex mode, data you transmit does not appear on your screen until it has been received and sent back by the other party This enables you to validate that the data has been accurately transmitted
full bidirectional communication, full communication in two directions
The ability to send and receive data at the same time (A full duplex speakerphone allows you to hear what is going on at the other end of the line while you are talking )
Capability for simultaneous data transmission between a sending station and a receiving station Compare with half duplex and simplex
Concurrent transmission and reception of data on a link
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Turkish - English
(Bilgisayar) full duplex
full duplex iletişim
(Bilgisayar) full duplex communication
full duplex modem
(Bilgisayar) full duplex modem
full duplex

    Hyphenation

    full du·plex

    Turkish pronunciation

    fûl dupleks

    Pronunciation

    /ˈfo͝ol ˈdo͞oˌpleks/ /ˈfʊl ˈduːˌplɛks/

    Etymology

    [ 'ful also 'f&l ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German fol full, Latin plenus full, plEre to fill, Greek plErEs full, plEthein to be full.

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