Definitions for "Inverse Multiplexing"
The splitting of one (broadband) data stream into a number of independent data streams with lower bit rates and the subsequent combination of these separate circuits into one data stream.
A process used to derive a single higher bandwidth channel from two or more B-channels.
Several combined, lower-speed circuits that make up one circuit for greater bandwidth. Inverse multiplexing also pulls together and synchronizes multiple channels at the receiving end of data, voice, or video transmission.