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Multiplex (MUX) is the

[u]se of a common channel to make two or more channels. This is done either by splitting of the common channel frequency band into narrower bands, each of which is used to constitute a distinct channel (frequency division multiplex), or by allotting this common channel to multiple users in turn, to constitute different intermittent channels (time division multiplex).[1]

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