Definition of Diplex

1. a. Pertaining to the sending of two messages in the same direction at the same time. Diplex and contraplex are the two varieties of duplex.



Definition of Diplex

1. pertaining to the simultaneous transmission or reception of two radio signals [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diplex

diplacusis
diplacusis binauralis
diplacusis dysharmonica
diplacusis echoica
diplacusis monauralis
diplanar
diple
diplecolobous
diplegia
diplegias
diplegic
diplegics
dipleidoscope
dipleidoscopes
diples
diplex (current term)
diplexer
diplexers
diplo-
diploalbuminuria
diplobacillus
diplobacteria
diplobiontic
diploblastic
diplocardia
diplocardiac
diplocephalus
diplocheiria
diplococcaemia
diplococci

Literary usage of Diplex

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1. The Electronic Conception of Valence and the Constitution of Benzene by Harry Shipley Fry (1921)
"Also, let d^ and dt be the number of diplex double bonds, and ^ and ct be the ... -diplex transitions, hence neither absorption of light nor fluorescence. ..."

2. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1901)
"In the diplex system that has been described, it was shown how one message ... If in the diplex already explained, we wind both the neutral and polar relays ..."

3. Telegraph Engineering: A Manual for Practicing Telegraph Engineers and by Erich Hausmann (1922)
"Duplex-diplex Signalling. —• A system of telegraphy that permits of duplex or diplex transmission, but not both simultaneously as in quadruplex signalling, ..."

4. A Treatise on Telegraphy by International Correspondence Schools (1901)
"In the diplex system that has been described, it was shown how one message could be transmitted by increasing and decreasing the strength of the current, ..."

5. Electricity in Every-day Life by Edwin James Houston (1905)
"CHAPTER XVIII DUPLEX, diplex, QUADRUPLEX, AND MULTIPLEX TELEGRAPHY "The invention all admired, and each how he To b« the inventor missed; so easy it seemed, ..."

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