Full Duplex


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Full Duplex

In telecommunications, a system that allows transmission between two endpoints simultaneously. For example, if two people are talking on the telephone, sound will be transmitted at the same time in both directions. This contrasts with a half duplex, in which information may only be transmitted one way at a time.
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