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Figure 3.19 shows a simple, commutator-based synchronous time division multiplex system. In this example, a commutator allows a fixed number of bits from each input stream onto the path in turn. The timeslots belonging to one input stream constitute a channel. Timeslots are of equal length and are preassigned. If an input does not have data to send, its slots go empty. In this type of TDM, four rules apply: 1. The bit rates of the input streams must be equal. 2. The multiplexed data bit rate equals the number of tributary inputs times the input bit rate. This relationship implies the existence of a multiplex clock at the transmitter.
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