multiplex transmission

multiplex transmission

[′məl·tə‚pleks tranz′mish·ən]
(communications)
The simultaneous transmission of two or more programs or signals over a single radio-frequency channel, such as by time division,frequency division, code division, or phase division.
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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has accepted a variation to the digital radio access undertakings that set out the terms on which access to the digital radio multiplex transmission service is provided by licensees.
In each of the capital cities that offer digital radio, this multiplex transmission service is only provided by one or two operators (the Licensees).
Taking pride of place at Tamura booth was its NT880, a 512-channel audio multiplex transmission system using optical cable.
This has resulted in demand for a technology capable of multiplex transmission of images on a single in-vehicle LAN.
It makes possible low-cost multiplex transmission of images in automobiles with minimal delay time.
Kashima, "A Study of Time Compression multiplex Transmission System Using a 1.3 [mu]m semiconductor Laser as a Transmitter/Receiver," No.

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