Definitions for "Time-Division Multiplexing"
An old and inefficient technology that allocates rigid time slices to each network client (voice, video, or data).
A transmission technique which allow multiple signals to be combined on one transmission line using fixed bandwidth allocation.
Means of obtaining a number of channels over a single path by dividing the path into a number of time slots and assigning each channel its own intermittently repeated time slot. At the receiving end, each time-separated channel is reassembled.
The process that periodically samples the full 360 degrees of each sine wave. The sample can be of a received signal or of a signal to be transmitted.