Definitions for "Transceiver"
A device that transmits and receives digital and analog signals. In networking, a transceiver is a device that connects an interface to a local area network (LAN). Transceivers can be standalone units, or incorporated into a circuit board within a computer. They are usually used to connect media of different types, for example, thick coaxial cable to an AUI. Also see Ethernet LAN Network Traffic
A communications device capable of both transmitting and receiving.
A device that translates between different network cables but maintains the same network topology. Thus, a transceiver could allow an AUI (Thick-Ethernet)...
Keywords:  slave, repeater, master, forward, store
a master, slave and store-and-forward repeater/slave all in one
a building block that interfaces between the user and the transmission medium, i
Keywords:  wireless, see
See Wireless Transceiver.