end distortion


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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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EU single market Commissioner Frits Bolkestein told yesterday's meeting that only the 'convergence' of energy tax rates in member states could end distortions of competition in energy products.