Definitions for "Multiplexer"
A device that allows the transmission of multiple data streams over a common medium. Several communications paths or channels may be either permanently or dynamically established over the medium to accomplish this. See also Channel.
Hardware that brings together several low-speed communications lines, transforms them into one high-speed channel, and reverses the operation at the other end.
These units are high-speed switches that provide full-screen images from up to 16 cameras. Multiplexers can playback everything that happened on any one camera without interference from the other cameras on the system. Network camera - Cameras are attached through an Ethernet connection (or router) and power source, so you don't need a computer at each location you want monitored. Each camera has a built-in web server with IP address. To view the images on a PC, simply open a graphics-capable Web browser and type in the cameras specified, password optional Internet address. No terms are yet available for this letter. PING - Loosely translated, ping means ‘to get the attention of' or ‘to check for the presence of' another party online. Ping operates by sending a packet to a designated address and waiting for a response. The computer acronym was contrived to match the submariners' term for the sound of a returned sonar pulse.
Unit designed for selective projection of 16mm film 2 in. x 2 in. slides, or filmstrips into one television.
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This is a piece of hardware that allows one item to take the place of several. An example would be using a multiplexer to allow 10 computers to attach where only one could before.