pneumatic transmission lag

pneumatic transmission lag

[nu̇′mad·ik ¦tranz‚mish·ən ‚lag]
(electricity)
The time delay in a pneumatic transmission line between the generation of an impulse at one end and the resultant reaction at the other end.
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