coding delay

coding delay

[′kōd·iŋ di‚lā]
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An arbitrary time delay in the transmission of pulse signals; in the loran system it is inserted between transmission of the master and slave signals to prevent zero or small readings, and thus to aid in distinguishing between master and slave station signals.
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Ramos, "On the Impact of Network Coding Delay for IEEE 802.11s Infrastructure Wireless Mesh Networks," in Proc.
The company said that the product is suited to wireless audio delivery for video and gaming applications and that CSR aptX Low Latency for Bluetooth offers a coding delay of just 32 milliseconds (ms), less than the standard Bluetooth latency of over 150 ms and well under the 45 ms recommended latency for audio/video applications.
Coding delay is minimal and voice intelligibility is excellent.