Multiplexing - fundamentals of networks, Computer Networking

Multiplexing

Multiplexing is the set of techniques that allows simultaneous transmission of multiple signals across a single  data like. It  is methods  for efficient utilization of  system resources. Whenever the transmission  capacity of a medium  linking  two  devices is greater than  the  transmission  needs  of the devices the link  need to  be  shared by multiplexing.

In a multiplexed systems  n devices share the   capacity of the link. Single are  a multiplexed using  two basic  techniques. Frequency Division multiplexing ( FDM) and time Davidson multiplexing ( TAM) is subdivided into synchronous ( usually) just called TDM) and asynchronous TDM also  called statistical TDM or concentrator.

 

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classification of multiplexing techniques

 

 

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