The Multiplexer Topology

NI Switches Help

Edition Date: April 2015

Part Number: 375472H-01

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A multiplexer, or a mux, is a topology in which you can connect one input to multiple outputs or one output to multiple inputs. Use this topology to connect a sequence of channels to a common line. Refer to the NI Switches Help for more information about multiplexer topologies.

Note  You can resize the SFP window to see more channels.

Refer to the schematic below for an example of a switch module configured in a multiplexer topology.

Make a Multiplexer Connection

Click the end of the pole associated with the channel (left) you want to connect to the com channel (right). The NI-SWITCH SFP makes the appropriate connect/disconnect calls to the driver.

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