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What happens when antenna receives and transmits signal at the same time?

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hi want to know that if an antena transmit and receive signal at same time ( full duplex) , then what is happening in the matel of antenna i mean if waves are received and send same time then the current also going and coming in same pasth at same time ???
 

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I think the in and out frequency is different, so we can select the right signal.
 

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Hi,

FullDuplex systems utilize their channel spectrum in a way the transmitting and receiving channels are isolated to each other thus the carrier frequency for transmission is different from reception. (correct me if Im wrong)
 

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to sepearate the signals add a circulator to the antenna or just a coupler to see the received signal
 

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