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SIMPLEX. Simple or single; as, charta simplex, is a deed-poll, of single deed. Jacob's L. Dict. h.t.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Voznak, "Adaptive Energy Harvesting Relaying Protocol for Two-Way Half-Duplex System Network over Rician Fading Channels," Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing, vol.
To our knowledge, even with symmetric connectivity, there is no known delay-optimal scheduling for two-hop relay networks involving multiple relay queues under the time-sharing (half-duplex) constraint.
In addition, we also include the half-duplex (HD) mechanisms for comparison.
Section 4 proposes half-duplex data transfer model based on the home channel and shows a broadcast example using the transfer model.
In addition, the unit includes a half-duplex mode that enables it to decode and output video with multiple SDI and composite outputs.
The two-way communication, combined with a more than tenfold increase in data-transfer rate to 5Gb/s in each direction, enables performance improvements over the previous USB 2.0 standard which supported 480Mb/s and half-duplex (one-way) communication.
And because SCSI protocols are not restricted to half-duplex operation, SAS will also support full-duplex transfers, allowing data to be transferred simultaneously in both directions to maximize bandwidth.
The interface standard allows for a data transfer rate of up to 400 MB/s half-duplex and up to 800 MB/s full-duplex, per port.
UltraGuard has three operating modes: half-duplex for multiple overhead cranes; single reflective mode, which senses standard reflection from solid objects; and complex mode.
The HRF-ROC093XC is a half-duplex transceiver for use in wireless communication and data applications.
The conversation exchange is managed by half-duplex sessions that allow only one party to talk at one time.