An NMEA multiplexer, also called combiner, solves the problem by offering an intermediate storage of sentences. Every talker in the system in fig.4 is connected to its own NMEA input on the multiplexer. The multiplexer reads complete sentences from every connected listener and stores them in a buffer. There is a buffer for every input, large enough to contain several sentences. Subsequently, the multiplexer checks every buffer in a round-robin fashion for the presence of sentences. Each time, one sentence is taken from a buffer and sent to the NMEA output of the multiplexer.
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