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mux

(mʌks)
n
1. (Telecommunications) telecomm a multiplex operation
2. (Telecommunications) telecomm a multiplexer
vb (tr)
(Telecommunications) telecomm to multiplex
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2) 50370066-2 wire/4 wire e&m card (4 channels per card) of primary drop/insert mux to specification no-irs:tc:68-2012 with latest amendment.
The use of high-performance solid-state relays ensures that the 40-681 MUX has a long service life even when hot switching into capacitive loads.
200G DWDM Mux Demux comes with configurations of 2, 4, 8, 16 channels which are available in standalone 19" or 23" 1RU rack mount, 1RU or 2RU LGX module and Field module ABS box.
An optical add/drop MUX (OADM) can be used to add or drop a specific wavelength along the route of the fiber-optic line.
Patton's Inverse Mux leverages existing TDM circuits to:
Mux tools around nabbing jaywalkers, litterbugs, transit-fare cheats and anyone else who offends his unbending codes for proper conduct.
Designed for long-term use in optical and copper networks, the Mainsail 8000 combines the functionality of multiple devices, including a cross-connect, multiservice access platform, GR-303 gateway, M13 and T-1/T-3 mux, ATM switch, SONET ATM add/drop mux, DSLAM, DSLAM concentrator, and low-cost DLC.
The multiplexer (mux) allows up to six 2Mbit/s devices to share the same fibre optic cable, while adding a Access Q Wave Division Multiplexer to the mux enables the transmission and receipt of optical signals over one instead of the usual two fibres, effectively doubling cable capacity.
Today, the D/I Mux III from Coastcom is the heart of a telemedicine system that extends throughout the state of Texas and enjoys a reputation as one of the premier systems for video telemedicine in the country.
ITT Federal, the contractor that built the new teleconferencing system, used 64 D/I Mux III multiplexers from Coastcom, chosen for their intelligence, a feature that provides operator programmable control over functions and channel allocation via a Common Control Unit (CCU).