I want to combine these two sentences into one, and I am not sure what is the best practice.
A virtual Tx is an image of the physical Tx at a reflector plane.
A virtual Rx is an image of the physical Rx at a reflector plane.
I wrote this:
A virtual Tx (Rx) is an image of the physical Tx (Rx) at a reflector plane.
Since Tx and Rx are two different things, I am not sure about the usage of the parentheses as they usually imply synonyms or descriptors.