signal bias

signal bias

[′sig·nəl ‚bī·əs]
(communications)
Form of teletypewriter signal distortion brought about by the lengthening or shortening of pulses during transmission; when marking pulses are all lengthened, a marking signal bias results; when marking pulses are all shortened, a spacing signal bias results.
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Teunissen said : "You have to take care of all sorts of intersystem and signal bias, as well as different hardware delays between the systems.