propagation time delay

propagation time delay

[‚präp·ə′gā·shən ′tīm di‚lā]
(communications)
The time required for a wave to travel between two points of a transmission path.
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Nevertheless, as pointed out, there are fringe-shifts measured in many interferometers and there is De Witte's propagation time delay (which is correlated to sidereal time).
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