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di·plex

 (dī′plĕks′)
adj.
Capable of simultaneous transmission or reception of two messages in the same radio channel or antenna.

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diplex

(ˈdaɪplɛks)
adj
belonging or relating to a system that permits the transmission of simultaneous signals along one wire in the same direction
See also duplex
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A diplexing filter ensures proper termination of the mixer and provides additional spurious rejection.
In addition, the unit offers more than 45 dB mutual isolation at the center frequency [plus or minus]858 MHz for optimal diplexing. Bandwidth is 300 MHz, but other units are available with different bandwidths.
This two-way capability is achieved by the use of diplexing filters and dual amplifiers at each signal amplification station.