- v. present participle of duplex.
““As for the symptoms beyond the known effects of Azemiops feae venom,” added Jillian, “what we may be seeing here is something the scientific community occasionally refers to as duplexing.””
“Then there are features such as duplexing, scanning etc.”
“Dish could use a technology called time-division duplexing to turn the unpaired spectrum into a full wireless network.”
“My HP Officejet 7130xi does a great job with duplexing but can't handle smaller sheets of paper.”
““The duplexing itself can be a one-two punch,” replied Alan.”
“Brewster's Bookmobile is a van with a sat dish, a duplexing printer, and access to thousands of public-domain children's books.”
“The world shifted, duplexing, twin perspectives and dual objectives filling my head.”
“She is renting a unit near Mr. Karmazin's new home for $60,000 per month while she waits for her renovations – which include duplexing the two stacked apartments – to be completed.”
“Thus there was introduced a new feature into the art of multiplex telegraphy, for, whereas duplexing (accomplished by varying the strength of the current) permitted messages to be sent simultaneously from opposite stations, diplexing (achieved by also varying the direction of the current) permitted the simultaneous transmission of two messages from the same station and their separate reception at the distant station.”
“It will be seen, therefore, that this method of duplexing is practiced, not by varying the strength or polarity, but by sending two kinds of current over the wire.”
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