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end distortion

[′end di‚stȯr·shən]
(communications)
The displacement of trailing edges of marking pulses transmitted over a teletypewriter circuit relative to the leading edge of the start pulse.
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REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh CAIRO -- 28 February 2019: The government has applied an experimental airing of the unified Adhan (prayer call) in 113 mosques in Cairo, implementing a decision aiming to end distortion and noise cause by several loudspeakers calling for prayer at same time.
Greece and the Commission will now jointly explore how to adjust the Greek tonnage tax scheme to end distortions of competition within the Single Market.
For Bouygues Telecoms, a small operator, this solution is particularly complex and will not necessarily enable the Commission to end distortions on the market.