cable delay

cable delay

[′kā·bəl di′lā]
(computer science)
The time required for one bit of data to go through a cable, about 1.5 nanoseconds per foot of cable.
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These early expanders were often called converters, because they converted the downstream SCSI signaling scheme and were simply modeled in the system as a slight cable delay.
When the analyzer is in cable and antenna analysis Distance-to-Fault (DTF) mode, an added time marker display has been created for more accurate measurements and compensation for cable delays to enhance the precision of geo-location services in VoLTE systems.