Multiplexing - fundamentals of networks, Computer Networking


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.



classification of multiplexing techniques



Posted Date: 3/2/2013 5:21:51 AM | Location : United States

Related Discussions:- Multiplexing - fundamentals of networks, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Multiplexing - fundamentals of networks, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Multiplexing - fundamentals of networks Discussions

Write discussion on Multiplexing - fundamentals of networks
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
What can be done to fix signal attenuation problems? A common way of dealing with like problem is to use repeaters and hub, because it will help regenerate the signal and thus

In this example we will see the use of parallel construct with private and firstprivate clauses. At the end of the program i and j remain undefined as these are private to thread i

What are the five major technologies that can be used to create Client/Server applications? Database Servers Groupware TP Monitors Distributed Objects Intranets.

How does Intranet Work? An Intranet can be defined as a private network which uses Internet tools. The principal tool is the Web browser, but there are other Internet tools su

Go Back ( GBN) Go back  N ARQ is specific  instance of the  automatic  repeat request protocols  in which  the sending  process continues to send  a number of frames specific

Determine about the TCP/IP and OSI model Both models are based on the layered protocols. Both comprise network, transport and application layer. In both the models, transport s

What is Error Control ? Error control is both error detection and error correction. It allows the receiver to inform the sender of any frames lost or damaged in transmission an

Features 1. Simple to install; 2. Simple to configure; 3. Multiple applications from one user can implement; 4. Multiple users can each use PVM concurrently; 5. C, C++, and

What is Message Oriented Middleware (MOM)? MOM permits general purpose messages to be exchanged in a Client/Server system using message queues. Applications communicate over n

show cdp is the command to verify if CDP is enabled.