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Frequency Division Multiplexing

Frequency Division Multiplexing is a type of multiplexing format in which a channel with large bandwidth is divided into subchannels and each subchannel carries individual analog signals, which are then bound together. At the receiving end, the bound signals are separated into individual signals.

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