diplex

[ dahy-pleks ]
/ ˈdaɪ plɛks /

adjective

pertaining to the simultaneous operation of two radio transmitters or to the simultaneous reception and transmission of radio signals over a single antenna through the use of two frequencies.

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Origin of diplex

First recorded in1875–80; di-1 + -plex
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Scientific definitions for diplex

diplex
[ dīplĕks′ ]

Capable of simultaneous transmission or reception of two electronic or radio signals through a single channel or component, as the simultaneous transmission of two radio signals through a single antenna.
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