MUX


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MUXMultiplex(er)
MUXMulti-Channel
MUXMemory Unit Accelerator
MUXMultiplexer
MUXMultan, Pakistan (airport code)
MUXMultiplex Bus (Boeing)
MUXMulti User Experience
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Harrison added that the MUX program has already benefited greatly due to lessons learned from previous operations and experiments with Reapers.
Figures 10, 11, and 12 compare the ECC and MUX assessed in FS (without user) with user for each antenna case.
Plus, it's extremely cost-effective." Patton's inverse mux delivers 1.5 to 8 Mbps over 1 to 4 fractional nx64 T1/E1s along with a unique mix of high-end features that includes VLAN-based active QoS, and CORBA management plane.
Also, Mux and assistant Gerd (Fritz Roth) do on occasion nab more serious criminals.
Our Defensive Systems Officer (DSO) notified the crew of the message and researched codes to verify the MUX status.
It is capable of being configured as either AND, NAND, OR, NOR, XOR, XNOR, DELAY, NEGATION or 2 MUX. Operating from a wide voltage range of 2.3 to 5.7 V.
The price for the four-drive version, with SCSI MUX, is $7,995.
As you'll read in this tutorial, via a service called Mux Data from a company named Mux, you can start monitoring QoE by adding a just few lines to your live or video-ondemand (VOD) embed code and will pay only $0.001/view to begin.
This multiplexer is useful where a high-density MUX array is required that can adapt to different test configurations for different test targets or where a test system may need to be reconfigured in the future.
Designed to address the needs of FTTx, such as fiber-to-the-business, fiber-to-the-building, fiber-to-the-MDU and fiber-to-the-home, the Transport MUX is a remotely managed media converter capable of transporting multiple T1/E-1 lines, 10/100 Ethernet and RS-232 data channel over a single pair of fiber or a single fiber strand.