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Graded-GDB Topic:

 

“Which multiplexing technique between FDM and TDM is most widely used in current Telecomm industry with respect to best performance provided? Support your answer with solid arguments.”

 

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TDM is most widely used in current Telecomm industry. Its Better than FDM.
just read chp no 29

 GDB SLOUTION OF CS601 (JULY2011)

 

 

 

FDM is an analogue technology and TDM is a digital technology both are use to mix up several signals and then combine them to give a single signal over a shared medium and many users can use it. Technique of multiplexing is used in communications and inputting and output of operations that can transmits a number of separate signals simultaneously over a single channel. TDM is most widely used in current Telecom industries due to its best performance provided.  TDM is a newer technique and FDM is an older technique. There are chances of less distortions and interference in signals in TDM so it is preferred in telecom industries. TDM is more efficient, reliable and noise controller than FDM. Therefore, TDM is better than the FDM.

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