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  What is transceiver? - a definition from Whatis.com
A transceiver is a combination transmitter/receiver in a single package.
An electronic switch allows the transmitter and receiver to be connected to the same antenna, and prevents the transmitter output from damaging the receiver.
With a transceiver of this kind, it is impossible to receive signals while transmitting.
searchnetworking.techtarget.com /sDefinition/0,,sid7_gci213670,00.html   (317 words)

  All Housecode RF Transceiver & PowerLinc II
Skip the time-consuming process of setting house codes on your RF receiver with the All Housecode RF Transceiver, which comes preset with all house codes and unit codes enabled, so no setting of the house code dials is required.
The All Housecode RF Transceiver does not have to be connected to a PC for everyday operation.
Packaged with an external whip antenna, the All Housecode RF Transceiver will pick up signals from any X10 RF transmitter within its 150-foot range and is equipped with the ability to filter specific house and unit codes, since its vast range may pick up a neighbor's X10 remote.
www.smarthome.com /4831k.html   (501 words)

  MAC Transceiver   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The unit contains a line driver (the transmitter), a line receiver (the receiver), a carrier detect circuit (used to sense whether the cable is in use) and control electronics to ensure correct operation of the device.
A 10 Mbps Ethernet Transceiver is connected to the Attachment Unit Interface (AUI) port of a network interface card, which is a 15-pin D-type connector.
The port is connected with the transceiver using an AUI drop cable.
www.erg.abdn.ac.uk /users/gorry/course/lan-pages/transceiver.html   (367 words)

 950 HF SSB transceiver
The Barrett 950 transceiver is a state of the art, 125 Watt HF transceiver designed specifically to satisfy the long distance communications requirements of government, private organisations and individuals operating in remote and rugged environments.
With the widespread use of HF as a data transmission medium, the 950 transceiver is specifically designed for high duty cycle operation and has as standard an auxiliary connector that is fully featured to interface to a variety of external modems including the Barrett 923 fax and data modem.
Once one transceiver has been programmed all other transceivers that are to be used in a network can be "cloned" with identical data by using a Barrett "cloning" cable plugged between their auxiliary sockets.
members.iinet.net.au /~barrett/900-pages/950-transceiver.html   (1339 words)

The single-wire transceiver AMIS-30600 is a monolithic IC that works as an interface between the protocol controller and the physical bus.
This transceiver is the interface between a controller area network (CAN) protocol controller and the physical bus and may be used in both 12V and 24V systems.
This transceiver is a single chip, CMOS modem for use in highway addressable remote transducer (HART) field instruments and masters.
www.amis.com /products/transceivers/index.html   (353 words)

 Mixed-Signal ICs - Aero® II Transceiver   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Aero II transceiver is the industry’s smallest, highest performance single-chip transceiver for quad-band GSM/GPRS cellular handsets and wireless data modems.
Compared to competing solutions, the Aero II transceiver reduces component count and board space by half and implements an entire quad-band radio, excluding the power amplifier and antenna switch, in 1.0 cm2.
The Aero II transceiver further implements a proven digitally-controlled crystal oscillator (DXCO) that enables the use of a standard 26 MHz crystal to provide the transceiver reference clock, thereby reducing the handset BOM.
www.silabs.com /tgwWebApp/public/web_content/products/Wireless/Aero_RF_Transceivers/en/Si4210.htm   (194 words)

 What is transceiver? - A Word Definition From the Webopedia Computer Dictionary
The term is used most frequently to describe the component in local-area networks (LANs) that actually applies signals onto the network wire and detects signals passing through the wire.
For many LANs, the transceiver is built into the network interface card (NIC).
In radio communications, a transceiver is a two-way radio that combines both a radio transmitter and a receiver that exchanges information in half-duplex mode.
www.webopedia.com /TERM/T/transceiver.html   (247 words)

 RS-232 Laser Transceiver   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For full-duplex communication 2 transceivers and 2 lasers will be required, and for half-duplex communication a single laser, a transmitter and a transceiver is needed.
Because this is an entry level circuit, costs have been kept to a minimum around $20 for the transceiver and approximately $10 for the transmitter (excluding the laser pointer).
The transceiver is based on the MAX232A IC for generating and receiving RS-232 compatible voltage signals.
www.electronics-lab.com /projects/pc/002   (2653 words)

 Wireless Transceiver Module (TM751)
It allows you to remotely control any household appliance or light that is plugged into an appliance, lamp module, wall switch module or any of our many other lighting and appliances products.
Simply plug the Transceiver into any normal wall socket, and using the remote, you have control of your lamps and appliances from across the room – or the other side of the house.
The wireless transceiver module is an integral part of your home control system.
www.x10.com /automation/x10_tm751.htm   (628 words)

 Yaesu FT-101 HF Transceiver Home Page, NW2M
The transceivers were made with plug-in boards that could be sent to the factory for replacement or repair.
It is strongly suggested that small diameter coax or highly shielded audio be used to ensure shielding from the transceiver to the remote speaker.
This circuit allows the FT-101 transceiver to be interconnected to your telephone circuit to allow telephone calls to be placed with over-the-air stations.
www.qsl.net /nw2m   (4965 words)

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