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Title: THE TERM MUX
Post by: Jefforybroughton on Dec 29 2020 11:42:46
I SEE THE TERM MUX USED ON THE FORUM
As well as on some sat channels .
could someone please define this term for me !
thanks !
jeff


Title: Re: THE TERM MUX
Post by: elbandido on Dec 29 2020 12:48:55
Google is easier than trying to explain here in detail. Google search is: satellite mux definition.

Code:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiplex_(television)


Title: Re: THE TERM MUX
Post by: Jefforybroughton on Dec 29 2020 01:45:20
Thanks ! I had googled it before I made the inquiry here but I did not understand how it applied to satellite transmissions.
Thanks again!


Title: Re: THE TERM MUX
Post by: Hyper on Dec 29 2020 02:24:21
I use this term alot myself here on the forum.

For me, the way i use it is a group of related channels on one Transponder on one satellite.

For instance the "Luken Mux" on Eutelsat 113.0W would mean the group of channels on TP 4040 V 30000. That TP is all Luken Communications channels.

Or if i find a bunch of Fox/NatGeo channels on one TP i may call it the Fox/NatGeo Mux on TP .....


Title: Re: THE TERM MUX
Post by: Jefforybroughton on Dec 29 2020 03:35:57
got it , excellent explanation sir .
many thanks !


Title: Re: THE TERM MUX
Post by: Hyper on Jan 17 2021 08:42:37
"MUX= A group of channels on same frequency. MUX stands for Multiplexed."


From the Satellite/FTA Abbreviations Guide:


http://legalfreetoair.com/index.php?topic=6126.0




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