General Science

  • noun a technique of rapid gene sequencing that uses several pooled samples simultaneously


  • The process of combining two or more signals for transmission over a single channel. common examples include frequency-division multiplexing, and time-division multiplexing.
  • The process of combining multiple low-speed transmissions into a single high-speed transmission, and vice versa. Also called inverse multiplexing (2).
  • abbreviationmuxing


  • noun an arrangement where several TV channels are transmitted by one cable network, or where several messages are combined in the same transmission medium

Media Studies

  • noun the sending of two or more signals along one communication channel