Time division multiplexing or TDM is used for multiplexing of digital signals. When a large number of signals have to be transmitted over a common channel, multiplexing is required.

In this video you will learn :-
  • Multiplexing of signals.
  • Time division multiplexing of digital signals.
  • Frame time.
  • How commutator is used to as sampler.
  • Relation between bit duration and frame time.
  • Why additional bits are transmitted at the end of each frame.
  • The need of synchronization of commutator and decommutator.
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Raj Kumar Thenua, M.Tech in Digital Communication, GATE 2015 & NET 2014 Qualified, currently working as an Assistant Professor at Anand Engineering College, Agra. He has an experience of approx 10 years in academics. The areas of interest are Communication, Signal Processing, and Adaptive filters. He has received a “Shrestha Shikshak Puruskar” by Sharda Group of Institutions (SGI) in the year 2009-10 for outstanding academic performance He has the knowledge of various Engineering simulation software’s mainly MATLAB, Simulink, IE3D, Scilab, Code composer Studio. He is the active member of IETE, ISTE, IAENG, IACSIT, UACEE.

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