Packets and time division multiplexing (tdm), Operating System

Broken data into small packets allow time division multiplexing. In TDM every packet leaves the sender and is switched on the shared interaction channel through a multiplexer. At the receiver end the packet is switched through a demultiplexer to the destination. In the diagram this process is explained with a multiplexing circuit given.

 

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