Definitions for "Multiplexor"
Multiplexors or MUXs, as they are often called, are devices that combine signals from various sources such as PBX (Private Branch Exchange), asynchronous terminals or a bridge connected to a WAN. A multiplexor transmits these signals as a single data stream over a digital line. Multiplexors conserve bandwidth.
A device or component which steers one of several input signals to its output as directed by a control input. Also spelled Multiplexer.
1. A device that takes several input signals and combines them into a single output signal in such a manner that each of the input signals can be recovered. 2. A device capable of interleaving the events of two or more activities or capable of distributing the events of an interleaved sequence to the respective activities.
a reprogrammable routing control
a VLM that routes calls to the proper child VLM
a driver that allows streams associated with several user processes to be connected to a single driver, or several drivers to be connected to a single user process
A complex piece of telephone equipment which combines the data stream of several leased lines for transmission over a single higher bandwidth leased line. Multiplexors are used in the construction of WANs.
The server containing the database link that communicates with the remote server.
Keywords:  messaging, see
See Messaging Multiplexor.