What Is The Difference Between Encoder And Multiplexer?

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Aisha answered
An encoder refers to a device that is used to change a signal or data into a code. Whereas a Multiplexer or mux is a device which performs multiplexing or it takes information from more than one channels and outputs into a single channel. Thus a multiplexer is basically a kind of encoder where its function is to combine multiple inputs into one output.
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Anonymous answered
In Multiplexer both inputs and output are of same code type...In encoder the inputs is of one code type and outputs is of some other code type
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Fahad Hussain answered
Basically both encoder and multiplexer are from same category. There is a little difference that encoder convert the machine language to binary where as multiplexer convert the both coding.

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