Computer networks
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 18

Computer Networks PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 101 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Computer Networks. Chapter 6 - Multiplexing. Multiplexing. The term “multiplexing” is used whenever it is necessary to share a single device among several devices

Download Presentation

Computer Networks

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Computer networks

Computer Networks

Chapter 6 - Multiplexing


Multiplexing

Multiplexing

  • The term “multiplexing” is used whenever it is necessary to share a single device among several devices

  • In this chapter multiplexing denotes a set of techniques that provide sharing of a single high bandwidth channel among a number of individual users.

  • The reasons for using multiplexing

    • Media with high bandwidth are expensive

    • Sharing is necessary to justify their use

Computer Networks


Categories of channel multiplexing

Categories of Channel Multiplexing

  • FDM (Frequency Division Multiplex)

    • The individual user signals are shifted to different frequency channels

  • WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplex)

    • Conceptually the same as FDM, except that the multiplexing involves optical signals transmitted over fiber-optic channels

  • TDM (Time Division Multiplex)

    • Each user signal is assigned a particular time slot for transmission

  • Computer Networks


    Other types of multiplexing

    Other Types of Multiplexing

    • Statistical multiplexing

      • The channel is shared in time but without particular time slots assigned. Sharing is on the “as needed” basis.

    • DMT (Discrete Multitone)

      • Found in digital subscriber lines. It combines hundreds of different signals that are QAM modulated into a single stream

    • CDM (Code Division Multiplex)

      • An advanced technique that allows multiple devices to transmit on the same frequency at the same time

    Computer Networks


    Fdm multiplexing process

    FDM Multiplexing Process

    Time domain

    Frequency domain

    Computer Networks


    Fdm demultiplexing process

    FDM –Demultiplexing Process

    Time domain

    Frequency domain

    Computer Networks


    The analog hierarchy

    The Analog Hierarchy

    Computer Networks


    Using fdm

    Using FDM

    • The oldest multiplexing technique. Susceptible to noise

    • Used in the old days of telephone network to make efficient use of the long distance trunks

    • Used in AM and FM radio broadcast to provide the use of many stations on a single channel without each interfering with the other

    • The first generation (1G) of mobile phones used FDM with analog frequency modulation which required 2x30Khz per user

    Computer Networks


    Example

    Example:

    FDM multiplexing is used for voice channels (each requiring 4000 Hz) with 200-Hz guard band between each signal source. If the total bandwidth is 29.6 KHz, how many channels can be multiplexed?

    Answer: If n is the number of channels that can be multiplexed then the total bandwidth required i expressed with the following equation.

    nx4000 + (n-1)x200 = 29600

    Solving this equation for n will show that 7 channels can be multiplexed.

    n= (29600-200)/(4000+200) = 29400/4200=7

    Computer Networks


    Tdm time division multiplex

    TDM – Time Division Multiplex

    • Digital process that is nowadays used for long-distance telephone lines.

    • A portion of time is allocated to each voice channel

    • The voice signal is first transformed into bits using PCM

    • The data flow is divided into units called frames. The frame contains as many bits as the number of channels multiplexed

    Computer Networks


    Tdm the multiplexing process

    TDM – The Multiplexing Process

    The duration of the bit on the high speed channel is 3 times shorter, assuming that three channels are multiplexed.

    Computer Networks


    Tdm interleaving

    TDM -Interleaving

    Even when a channel has nothing to send, its time slot cannot be used by another channel

    Synchronization between sender and receiver is important

    Computer Networks


    Example1

    Example

    20 voice signals are to be multiplexed and transmitted over twisted pair.

    What is the bandwidth required, in bps, if synchronous time division multiplexing is used, if we use the standard analogue-to-digital sampling rate, if each voice signal has a bandwidth of 4000Hz, and if each sample is converted into an 8-bit value?

    Answer: Each voice signal is sampled at 2 times the frequency = 8000 samples per second.

    Each sample is an 8 bit value so:

    8000 samples per sec × 8 bits = 64,000bps

    20 signals × 64,000bps = 1,280,000bps.

    Computer Networks


    Tdm flexibility

    TDM - Flexibility

    • It is possible to assign several slots to a fast transmitting device

    • The channel needs to have the speed that is an integer times higher than the speeds of the regular channel

    • If this cannot be accomplished, extra dummy bits are added. This process is called bit padding

    Computer Networks


    Digital hierarchy

    Digital Hierarchy

    • Telephone companies group TDM slots in higher rate services that are standardized.

    Computer Networks


    American vs european standards

    American vs. European Standards

    European

    American

    Computer Networks


    Statistical multiplexing

    Statistical Multiplexing

    • Statistical multiplexing is mainly used with computer networks

    • Only the data from active sources are transmitted using the full capacity of the channel

    • Bits are grouped into frames, but they can be with different size.

    • If there is more traffic than the high speed link can transmit, the frames are queued and are served using the first-come firs-served principle.

    Computer Networks


    Statistical multiplex buffering the packets

    Statistical Multiplex -Buffering the Packets

    Packets for one output

    • Bursty flows share the same link efficiently

    • When too many packets arrive simultaneously, the buffer could not have enough space to keep all of them

    • Dropping packets is possible when packet buffer is full

    Data

    Hdr

    R

    X(t)

    R

    Data

    Hdr

    Link rate, R

    R

    Packet buffer

    Data

    Hdr

    Computer Networks


  • Login