statistical multiplexing

statistical multiplexing
   Abbreviated stat mux. In communications, a method of sharing a transmission channel by using statistical techniques to allocate resources. A statistical multiplexer can analyze traffic density and dynamically switch to a different channel pattern to speed up the transmission. At the receiving end, the different signals are merged back into individual streams.

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