A simple illustration of a half-duplex communication system
A 1 Gbit/s point-to-point millimeter-wave link installed in the UAE
A simple illustration of a full-duplex communication system. Full-duplex is not common in handheld radios as shown here due to the cost and complexity of common duplexing methods, but is used in telephones, cellphones and cordless phones.
A point-to-point wireless unit with a built-in antenna at Huntington Beach, California

A duplex communication system is a point-to-point system composed of two or more connected parties or devices that can communicate with one another in both directions.

- Duplex (telecommunications)

A switch on the other hand provides a series of point-to-point circuits, via microsegmentation, which allows each client node to have a dedicated circuit and the added advantage of having full-duplex connections.

- Point-to-point (telecommunications)
A simple illustration of a half-duplex communication system

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