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Glossary:Time Division Multiplexing

Also known as TDM. A digital data-transmission method that takes signals from multiple sources, divides them into pieces that are then placed periodically into time slots, transmits them down a single path, and reassembles the time slots into multiple signals on the remote end of the transmission.


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