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The term 'duplex' refers to the ability of the data receiving stations to echo back a confirming message to the sender. In full duplex data transmission, both the sender and the receiver

A. cannot talk at once

B. can receive and send data simultaneously

C. can send or receive data one at a time

D. can do one way data transmission only

E. None of the above

Answer: Option B

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