multiplex mode

multiplex mode

[′məl·tə‚pleks ‚mōd]
(computer science)
The utilization of differences in operating speeds between a computer and transmission lines; the multiplexor channel scans each line in sequence, and any transmitted pulse on a line is assembled in an area reserved for this line; consequently, a number of users can be handled by the computer simultaneously. Also known as multiplexor channel operation.
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It supports two RGB cameras in multiplex mode with reset/restart functions.
In addition, the PR4G F@stnet proposes a new frequency hopping Multiplex mode (called SIVD) offering the capability of providing Simultaneously and Independently secure Voice and Data communications in the same radio--without any form of precedence of voice over data or vice versa.
In multiplex mode, the screen can display images in one-by-one to four-by-four views.
The PK2, based on the company's Tester-on-a-Chip[TM] (ToC) architecture, provides 100-MHz pattern generation, 200-MHz waveforms, and 400-MHz waveforms in multiplex mode.
Two additional ADC input channels are available under a multiplex mode so that portable products can include such features as a battery gauge and handwriting pressure sensing for use in both handwriting and graphics design.
By selecting a x1, x2, or x4 channel multiplex mode, deep timing capture at 500 MHz, 1 GHz, or 2 GHz is available on all, one half, or one quarter of the channels, with x1, x2, or x4 memory depth, respectively.

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