Demultiplexing

Splitting up a multiplexed signal into its component parts.

demultiplexing

Extracting a number of different channels from a single channel, the reverse of multiplexing. Contrast inverse multiplexing

demultiplexing

a process applied to a composite signal formed by multiplexing, for recovering the original independent signals, or groups of these signals NOTE - Demultiplexing may be partial, for instance for extracting a group from a supergroup.
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demultiplexing

a process applied to a composite signal, formed by multiplexing, for recovering the original independent signals, or groups of these signals NOTE 1 - Demultiplexing may be partial, for example, for extracting a group from a supergroup of telephone channels. NOTE 2 - The associated verb is 'to demultiplex'.
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Demultiplexing

The reverse of multiplexing.
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Demultiplexing

The separating of multiple input streams that have been multiplexed into a common physical signal back into multiple output streams. See also multiplexing.
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