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{s} numerous, multiple
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To combine several signals into a single signal
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throwing motion where more than one ball is thrown with one hand at the same time
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A building where several activities occur in multiple units concurrently
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A large cinema complex comprising of many (e.g. more than five, and often over ten) movie theatres
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To interleave several activities
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Comprising several interleaved parts
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To make a multiplex throw
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Combining many signals into one or a small number of signals
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communicates two or more signals over a common channel
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A method of sending and receiving multiple signals over a communication channel without loss of information
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Using multiple backplanes in order to reduce the number of connections between the LCD and the drivers
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hence, a large cinema complex comprising of many (e.g. more than five, and often over ten) movie theatres
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The division of a single transmission medium into multiple logical channels supporting many simultaneous sessions For example, one network may have simultaneous FTP, telnet, rlogin, and SMTP connections, all going at the same time
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communicates two or more signals over a common channel having many parts or aspects; "the multiplex problem of drug abuse
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Manifold; multiple
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To transmit two or more messages or message streams on a single channel, typically through the use of frequency-division multiplexing, time division multiplexing, or statistical time division multiplexing
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Combining multiple signals (analog or digital) for transmission over a single line or channel Multiplexing often combines several low-speed signals for transmission over a single high-speed connection
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A signal that comprises multiple distinct signals or messages, usually for the purposes of transmission via a common communications channel
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having many parts or aspects; "the multiplex problem of drug abuse"
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When a broadcaster provides more than one service (for example, two multichannel SDTV services, or a simultaneous SDTV and HDTV transmission, or a television program and simultaneous datacasting) it is necessary to mix or multiplex these services into one broadcast transmission This is done electronically through a multiplexer The receiver then separates out the various signals to reproduce the original material transmitted, in different forms
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Combining signals of multiple channels into one channel This process provides multiple users with access to a single conductor or medium by transmitting in multiple distinct frequency bands (frequency division multiplexing, or FDM) or by assigning the same channel to different users at different times (time division multiplexing, or TDM)
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An assembly of all the digital data that is carrying one or more services within a single physical channel return to index N
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{i} structure with multiple sections (such as a movie theatre having several separate auditoriums with viewing screens)
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Using one carier to send more than one signal In video multiplexers, achieving this by sending a different camera's output in each successive field or frame of a video signal, in a form that can later be retrieved as single camera pictures
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The name given to a collection of audio and data services which are to be transmitted on an ensemble
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A multiplex is a cinema complex with six or more screens. a cinema that has several different rooms in which it can show films (adjective, , from multi- ( MULTI-) + -plex ). having many different parts
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interleave several activities
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To interleave information from different sources on a single channel
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Stereoplotter of the double-projection type characterized by its use of reduced-scale diapositives and stationary lamphouses with condensing lenses
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To interweave or simultaneously transmit two or more messages on a single channel
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Putting two or more signals into a single fiber
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The simultaneous recording or transmission of multiple data   Cylindrical holograms are often called "multiplex," although this is not always technically the case
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  See multiplexing
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{s} varied, of many parts; of multiple messages through a single medium
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Simultaneous transmission of two or more signals on a common carrier wave The three types of multiplex are called time division, frequency division, and phase division
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many and varied; having many features or forms; "manifold reasons"; "our manifold failings"; "manifold intelligence"; "the multiplex opportunities in high technology"
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a multiplex is where two or more routes overlap on the same stretch of pavement; sometimes a dually signed road is referred to as a duplex and three routes that share the same stretch of pavement are referred to as a triplex The FHWA prefers the term overlap in these instances
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Stereoplotter of the double-projection type characterized by its use of reduced- scale diapositives and stationary lamphouses with condensing lenses
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a device that combines several electrical signals into a single signal
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To put two or more signals into a single channel
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Where two road numbers share the same road In Britain, only one road number may be shown on signs at once so one road must be 'dominant' over the other in a multiplex - ie, one must be signed and the other invisible A good example is the M60 Manchester Ring Road, which multiplexes with the M62 in the north-west Road signs show the road as "M60 (M62)", with the M60 being 'dominant'
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Verb: To combine two or more independent signals into one transmission channel Noun: The combined digital signals transmitted on one satellite transponder
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To combine several signals into one composite signal for transmission, usually in such a way that they can be easily separated, received and used
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