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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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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