For any engineers here: I’m looking for a mathematical, non-philosophical, directly engineering-grade answer to the following question:

We can take hundreds of independent conversations and modulate them on separate analog frequencies, combine those modulated frequencies into one aggregate frequency, which we can then send down a coax wire, where it can be demuxed back into the individual components.

I want to know mathematically how the

*resulting wave*is retaining the

*modulated data*on each frequency, with all of their associated overtones, timbres, kept discrete despite being “flattened” into one parent wave. I understand we can filter and access the frequencies, but my question is with the

*retention of data within them after having aggregated them into one.*

This is not a trolling question, and it’s specifically for research I’m carrying out on a model for human reason.

I’m perfectly content with, “There is currently no scientific explanation for this phenomenon.”

Thanks for any help!

JS