Definition of Mux. Meaning of Mux. Synonyms of Mux

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Definition of Mux

Mux
Mux Mux, n. [Cf. Mixen.] Dirt; filth; muck. [Prov. Eng.] --ose.
Mux
Mux Mux, v. t. To mix in an unitidy and offensive way; to make a mess of. [Prov. Eng.; Colloq. U.S.]

Meaning of Mux from wikipedia

- MUX, Mux, or mux may refer to: MUX, an abbreviation for multiplexer in circuit design Mux, another name for Multiplex (television) MUX, IATA code for Multan...
- Mux is a video technology company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Mux focuses on video streaming infrastructure software and video performance...
- In electronics, a multiplexer (or mux; spelled sometimes as multiplexor), also known as a data selector, is a device that selects between several analog...
- Mux Mool (born Brian Lindgren) is an American electronic musician, producer, and visual artist affiliated with the labels Moodgadget, Ghostly International...
- LiMux was a project launched by the city of Munich in 2004 in order to migrate from Windows to a desktop infrastructure of its own, based on Linux.[citation...
- (instead of three times) that of a single NAND gate. A multiplexer or a MUX gate is a three-input gate that uses one of the inputs, called the selector...
- or set-top boxes. MUX1 covers 98.8% of po****tion; MUX2 covers more than 98.8% of po****tion; MUX3 covers 99.5% of po****tion; MUX8 covers 97.4% of po****tion...
- access is to choose PPPoA (RFC2364) VC-MUX. However, if PPPoEoA is required, then the best choice is always to use VC-MUX (as opposed to LLC) with no Ethernet...
- full-adder delay is equal to the MUX delay, which is unlikely. The total delay is two full adder delays, and four mux delays. We try to make the delay...
- mouse. Normally, users would load the window systems mpx (or its successor mux), which replaced the terminal's user interface by a mouse-driven windowing...