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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / uma sharma

1. Many inputs & one output.
2. Data select lines.
3. Parallel to serial conversion.
4. When we design multiplexer, we don't need additional gates.
5. Example- 8:1, 16:1, 32:1

1. One inputs & many output.
2. Data distributer.
3. Serial to parallel conversion.
4. When we design demultiplexer, we need additional gates.
5. Example- 1:8, 1:16, 1:32

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / saranii

for multiplexing many input single output for
demultiplexing single input many output

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / nida yasmeen


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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / akash

MUX: It is a combinational circuit that selects binary
information from one of many input lines directs it a
single output.
DEmux:It takes a singledata input and n address input and
2^n outputs.
n address input determine whih data output is going to have
same value as data output.

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / priyadarshi sahu

incase of multiplexer if we giveseveral inputs,then at the
output we get only one output,but incase of demultiplexer
if we give one input,then at the output we get several
outputs.means multiplexer is the opposit of demultiplexer.

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / vidhyajith

a multiplexer or mux consists of a many inputs and one
a demultiplexer or demux consists of a one input to many

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / ashok

I agree with Priyadarshi sahu.But here one thing do u
remember.actually in telecommunications,ISP we use both the
mux and demux .

Mux means --we give many inputs and get single input only
Demux-------we give single input and get more outputs.

ex:consider one Internet service provider(ISP) location

Here in POP(Point of Presence)all are using MUX and Demux
because lot of customers are connected and at customer side
also they connected lot of systems and the data flow b/w all
the systems as well as pop

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / poonam

in multiplexer if we give many input signals it will convert
in one output
but in demultiplexer it convert one input signal to many
output signals

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / rashu

a mutiplexers selects one line from many lines i.e one output from no. of inputs.whereas demutiplexers is a inverse of mutiplexers. It distribute no. of output from one input i.e many lines from one lines

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what is different between multiplexer and demultiplexer?..

Answer / darshi

Multiplexer --- Many inputs & Single out put.

Example - 4-1 / 8-1 multiplexer

Demultiplexer - Single input & Many outputs

Example - 1-4/ 1-8 demultiplexers

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