differential delay

differential delay

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl di′lā]
(communications)
The difference between the maximum and minimum frequency delays occurring across a band.
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Chiasson, A method for computing the interval of delay values for which a differential delay system is stable, IEEE Transaction on Automatic Control, 33(12):11761178, 1988.
Alessandri, Darcheville, and Zentall (in press) tested both of these predictions by using children and differential delay rather than differential responding.
The new module handles the differential delay generation and analysis of low- and high-order virtual containers and GFP and MAC frames for Ethernet traffic generation and analysis.
Its differential delay detection and generation functions allow the user to measure the delay in the existing network and to stress the far end payload assembly circuitry by inserting a delay on each member which must be properly reconstructed at the far end in spite of the delay of each member.
The CX2822x family delivers the only single-chip IMA devices -- with fully integrated differential delay SRAM -- available today for DSL applications.
The combined solution of Narad and Axerra delivers an end-to-end latency of less than 8ms enabling Multiple System Operators (MSOs) to satisfy the most stringent differential delay requirements of mobile wireless backhaul.
Delayed matching in the pigeon: Effect on performance of sample-specific observing responses and differential delay behavior.
The AXN solution supports end-to-end latency of less than 8ms, enabling operators to satisfy the most stringent differential delay requirements, including backhaul of CDMA services.
Finally, a VCDD option enabling evaluation of a device's ability to absorb the full range of allowable differential delay variations has been developed.
New features available for the FTB-8100 next-generation test suite include support for Low-Order Virtual Concatenation (LO VCAT) and Link Capacity Adjustment Scheme (LCAS) generation and analysis, and differential delay insertion capabilities for both high-order and low-order virtual concatenation.
new VCat delay analysis that uses thru-mode differential delay generation to allow users to test the effect of virtual container delay (both high order and low order containers) on the QoS of Ethernet, fiber channel or other data client payloads; and
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