keying interval

keying interval

[′kē·iŋ ‚int·ər·vəl]
(communications)
In a periodically keyed transmission system, one of the set of intervals starting from a change in state and equal in length to the shortest time between changes of state.
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ISI results when a character in one timeslot or keying interval causes interference in another character's timeslot or keying interval.