Meaning of DIPLEX in English

I. ˈdīˌpleks adjective

Etymology: alteration (influenced by di- ) of duplex

: allowing telecommunication of two independent signals simultaneously by a single station or antenna or on a single carrier frequency without mutual interference

diplex radio and television transmission

diplex reception

— distinguished from duplex

II. transitive verb

( -ed/-ing/-es )

: to effect diplex transmission or reception of

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