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- ‘Instead they offered out a national multiplex and up to three regional ones to provide a service alongside whatever the BBC decided to carry on its own national mux.’
- ‘At 9th clock cycle the first LD command reaches the replay mux and is resent.’
- ‘Wavelength-per-user architectures were not considered in the past because cost-effective passive narrowband WDM muxes were not available.’
- ‘When we discussed the replay working principles, we mentioned a few times that the scheduler halts the work when the command turned to replay approaches replay mux.’
- ‘The mux can select between this data or data from the drive.’
- short for multiplex
- ‘‘This would allow them to statistically multiplex it, send it back, restat mux it and send it up again without having to re-encode it,’ he said.’
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