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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Following demultiplexing, the individual reads for a sample are mapped (Table 2) to a reference genome (BAM file Table 3) and any difference between the reference and the sequencing read is noted.
It is obvious that, optical waveguides are the basic unit in order to perform guiding, coupling, splitting, multiplexing and demultiplexing of the optical signals.
"Now you've separated them and that's demultiplexing."
Imagine Communications' Platinum IP3 routers offer an IP-enabled future and rich, integrated, modular functionality including mixed-format video and audio routing, multiplexing and demultiplexing, multiviewers and advanced I/O support.
Bishop, "Demultiplexing multiple beam laser Doppler vibrometry for continuous scanning," Proceedings of SPIE, vol.
Briefly, raw data for each sample were sorted by a unique barcode in the demultiplexing step, and low quality reads (average quality score <25 or read length <300 bp) were removed for further analysis.
Subsystem Function 1 WCDMA DL Tx channel coding Transport channel encoding scheme and multiplexing 2 WCDMA Tx physical mapping Physical channel mapping 3 WCDMA BS Tx antenna spreading Modulation and spreading and modulation 4 WCDMA channel model Channel model 5 Receiver front-end RF signal reception and frequency demodulation 6 WCDMA UE Rx antenna Despreading and demodulation 7 WCDMA RX physical channel Physical channel demapping decoding scheme 8 WCDMA RX channel demapping Transport channel demultiplexing and decoding TABLE 2: Estimated EVMs of receiver FE at all SNRs.
Sasaki, "Demultiplexing of 168-Gb/s data pulseswith a hybrid-integrated symmetric Mach-Zehnder all-optical switch," IEEE Photon.
Grant, "Spatial demultiplexing in the submillimeter wave band using multilayer free-standing frequency selective surfaces," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
Also, high-power signals are needed to compensate for losses that occur when multiplexing and demultiplexing signals.
Heath, "Bridging dimensions: demultiplexing ultrahigh-density nanowire circuits," Science, vol.