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What is the difference between simplex and duplex.

Asked by: Interview Candidate | Asked on: Nov 13th, 2007
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Answered On : Nov 27th, 2007

Ans:-simplex-one way transmission.only transmission will takes place here.duplex- two way transmission.Both transmission and reception takes place.2 types of duplex:1)Half duplex2)Full duplexHalf duplex:-both transmission and reception takes place,bt nt at d same time.single channel is used .Full duplex:-both txn and recep...takes place simultaneously using 2 different for txn and other 4 reception.

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basically there 4 modes of data transmission1)simplex2)half duplex3)full duplex4)full full duplexsimplex - one way communication that is either reception or transmissionhalf duplex - two way  communication that is receiving or transmitting data "but not at SAME TIME "

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Answered On : Aug 28th, 2008

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Duplex1 half duplex-channel can either sending or receiving at a time.
2.full duplex-channel can both send and receive at a time. Examples
duplex-cable service, can receive only.half duplex-walky talkyfull duplex-internet, mobile phone.

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