Difference Between FDM and TDM

FDM and TDM are the two types of multiplexing technique that allows simultaneous transmission of multiple signals over only one channel. One of the major difference between FDM and TDM is that in FDM, multiple signals are transmitted by occupying different frequency slots. As against in TDM, the various signal gets transmitted in multiple time …

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Dual Trace Oscilloscope

Definition: In dual trace oscilloscope, a single electron beam generates 2 traces, that undergoes deflection by two independent sources. In order to produce two separate traces, basically, 2 methods are used, known as alternate and chopped mode. These are also known as the two operating modes of the switch. Now the question arises what is …

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Graded Index Fiber

Definition: Graded Index fiber is another type of optical fiber in which the refractive index of the core is non-uniform. This non-uniformity is present because the refractive index is higher at the axis of the core and continuously reduces with the radial movement away from the axis. However, the refractive index of the cladding is …

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