demultiplexing


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demultiplexing

[dē′məl·tə‚pleks·iŋ]
(communications)
The separation of two or more channels previously multiplexed.
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Now you've separated them and that's demultiplexing.
com is a leading provider of MPEG-2 digital encoding, demultiplexing and grooming solutions.
Working with standard voice channels, the switch and DACS (digital access and cross-connect system) in the CO can route calls without demultiplexing them.
C-Cube's AViA@TV silicon, a key part of the digital set-top terminals, will provide MPEG-2 audio-video demultiplexing and decoding, an embedded high-speed central processing unit for quick rendering of web pages on television and an integrated media access controller for two-way networking that allows cable providers to offer interactive services.
Internally generated clocks are used for demultiplexing the latched input signal to an eight-bit parallel data bus.
The iPlex system provides high quality video encoding and MPEG-2 to MPEG-4 transcoding, video multiplexing and demultiplexing, routing, video rate-shaping, stream replication, and ATM to IP conversion.
The Mediaplex-20 system also provides video multiplexing and demultiplexing, routing, video rate-shaping, stream replication, and SDH and ATM to IP conversion.
Mediaplex-20 also provides video multiplexing and demultiplexing, routing, video rate-shaping, stream replication, and ATM to IP conversion.
Mediaplex also provides video multiplexing and demultiplexing, video rate-shaping, transrating, stream replication, routing and ATM to IP conversion.
It also provides Transport Stream (TS) (re)-multiplexing and demultiplexing, routing, MPEG transrating, TS replication, DVB-ASI interfaces, and ATM to IP conversion.
The WSS 5400 is a 10 port, 100 GHz device that directs each input wavelength to any one of nine output ports and integrates in a single compact module the core ROADM (Reconfigurable Optical Add/Drop Multiplexer) functions of: demultiplexing, hitless switching, wavelength blocking, attenuation and multiplexing.