Multiplexer

A multiplexer performs the function of selecting the input on any one of 'n' input lines and feeding this input to one output line.


Assume that we have four lines, C0C1C2 and C3, which are to be multiplexed on a single line, Output (f). The four input lines are also known as the Data Inputs. Since there are four inputs, we will need two additional inputs to the multiplexer, known as the Select Inputs, to select which of the C inputs is to appear at the output. Call these select lines A and B.
The gate implementation of a 4-line to 1-line multiplexer is shown below:






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