Multiplex

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Multiplex may refer to:

Science and engineering[edit]

  • Multiplexing, combining many signals into a single transmission circuit or channel
  • Multiplexer, an electronic device that accomplishes multiplexing
  • Multiplex (assay), a laboratory procedure in molecular biology

Academic titles[edit]

  • Multiplex (titles), or abbreviation "mult." is sometimes written after a title of a doctor or professor. It means that the person has several titles of doctor or professor. For instance, "Prof. mult. Hans Müller", "Dr. mult. Hans Müller" or "Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Hans Müller".

Entertainment[edit]

Businesses[edit]

Other[edit]

  • Concurrency (road), a single physical road designated by two or more different highway numbers
  • Plywood, a covering material made by bonding layers of veneer wood
  • Multiplex (juggling), with multiple balls thrown/caught at one time by the same hand