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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6,52 x 3 m, connected to bma, 1 pc pedestal with code keypad / reader, 1 pc control unit / cable delay, 1 st.
As in the A032-ET a cable delay transmission line maintains the stability of the Pulse Shaper (see Fig.
For this purpose the "triangular" signal shaper was modified to get rid of the bulky cable delay line, PLL-based clock signal synthesizer is incorporated into the module board.
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.
In addition, the design engineer is often forced to incorporate additional (and costly) secondary manufacturing processes, such as hand soldering, or elaborate mechanical mounting methods to ensure proper grounding of the large and bulky coaxial cable delay assembly.
The ceramic product, while slightly larger in size than the lumped component topology, is still more than one-tenth smaller in volume than a comparable coaxial cable delay line.
This is the key feature for the design of the fiber optic cable delay compensator (CDC).
A fiber optic cable delay compensator (CDC) is an electronic device that detects the phases of the transmitted and received signals at the input to the optical fiber, and adds enough phase shift to maintain conjugation between the two signals.
6,52 x 3 m, Switched to bma, 1 pc pedestal with code keypad / reader, 1 pc control unit / cable delay, 1 st.
The use of PTP removes the need to compensate for cable delay and extends the reach of GNSS.
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.