duplexer


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duplexer

(ˈdjuːplɛksə)
n
(Communications & Information) an apparatus used in radio communications that allows the same antenna to be used for both transmitting and receiving signals
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The realization of duplexers being a convenient use of the novel class of filters introduced, the design and fabrication of a microstrip duplexer prototype operating in mobile communications bands have been performed.
The module includes a power amplifier, which is a second generation of TriQuint's SiCe-based CDMA power amplifiers, utilizing Atmel's SiCe technology for CDMA and a surface acoustic wave (SAW) duplexer, that is a second generation of Sawtek's CDMA SAW-based duplexers.
The 5 dB improvement in amplifier RX noise level allows the duplexer RX attenuation specifications to be relaxed.
[L.sub.dup] = insertion loss of the duplexer from antenna port to Rx port
TST is a highly experienced and well-regarded supplier of a broad range of packaged SAW devices (Duplexer, RF filters, IF Filters, Resonators and Sensors).
One manufactory company produces microwave radio; this company owns three factories to produce printed circuit board (PCB), duplexer, and microwave radio.
TX leakage on RX depends on the isolation provided by the duplexer. Both interferers' power can be several dBm.
Lisle, IL, July 02, 2016 --(PR.com)-- CTS Corporation (NYSE: CTS) has released the UMD (Universal-Footprint Metro Cell Duplexer) family of products to offer a compact, high performance alternative to air cavity duplexers in metro cell base stations.
One of the most important developments in radar technology was the development of the duplexer switch.
The company will use the funding to speed up the development and commercialisation of its Programmable Duplexer targeting front end radio frequency modules for 4G LTE mobile devices and small cells.