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multiplex

a. a purpose-built complex containing a number of cinemas and usually a restaurant or bar
b. (as modifier): a multiplex cinema

multiplex

[′məl·tə‚pleks]
(engineering)
Stereoscopic device to project aerial photographs onto surfaces so that the images may be viewed in three dimensions by using anaglyphic spectacles; used to prepare topographic maps.

multiplex

A communication system that uses two separate frequencies for transmission and reception.
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The work in [39] implemented a hop-to-hop multiplexing method that adaptively multiplexes the packets at the DLL layer based on the link status.
The committee has advised eight screens for multiplexes and ruled that all the screens must not go beyond the second floor.
In Hungary, which led the march of multiplexes into the region six years ago, the industry attracts healthy and stable numbers.
The number of multiplexes in Germany rose from 40 in mid-1997 to 66 in June 1998.
Multiplexes give Hollywood studios more than just places to exhibit films: The multiplexes themselves are being built by Warner Bros.
In many cities, Guss worries, competing multiplexes are in danger of "cannibalizing" each other.
The Paramount-Universal joint venture UCI is proceeding with plans to build multiplexes in a number of large Japanese cities.
When we first arrived in Germany, there was disbelief that multiplexes could work," recalls Raymond Smith, VP at exhibitor UCI Germany.
SDN, the independent commercial DTT Multiplex Operator, today confirmed that it has made an application to the ITC for DTT Multiplexes B, C and D.
Sorrento is shipping an EPC that multiplexes up to eight lower speed signals (Fast Ethernet, FDDI, OC-3/STM-1 or ESCON channels) onto one wavelength.
The unit multiplexes up to 15 Single programs and/or Multi-programs using MPEG-2 transport streams.
Insertion can be performed not only in Constant Bit Rate multiplexes, but also in Variable Bit Rate multiplexes that are statistically multiplexed regardless of the bit rate of the video file.