time-division multiplex


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time-division multiplex

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(Telecommunications) See multiplex1
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These IMA chips support an extensive range of DSL services by combining ATM-to-TDM (time-division multiplex) throughput rates with flexible, per-port bandwidth provisioning options.
Since the DAVONET is totally digital it is organized as a time-division multiplex system: the subscriber information is segmented in time and fed synchronously with the system's 34.8 MHz clock into the time slots of the signal path.
Testing of 40 Gbps was performed at 1,550 nm using four time-division multiplex 10-Gbps electrical data signals, with a PRBS of 2^31-1 to generate receiver BER waterfall curves for the comparative analysis.
Each radio will be capable of delivering a minimum capacity of 155 Mbps and support Ethernet and time-division multiplex (TDM) circuits.
Therefore, an efficient architecture is required to simplify the computation block using time-division multiplexed arithmetic units.
The contributors propose slow-silent virtual channels for low power on-chip networks, bandwidth aware and congestion avoiding routing algorithms, real-time communication analysis with wormhole switching, and a network of time-division multiplexed wiring for FPGAs.
Metropolis ADM serves as an integrated Ethernet over SDH metro access multiplexer, enabling solution providers like butlerNetworks to migrate from existing time-division multiplexed (TDM) networks to data-aware packet networks.

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