Delay Line

Delay line may refer to:

  • Propagation delay, the length of time taken for something to reach its destination
  • Analog delay line, used to delay a signal
  • Bi-directional delay line, a numerical analysis technique used in computer simulation for solving ordinary differential equations by converting them to hyperbolic equations
  • Digital delay line, a sequential logic element
  • Delay line memory, a form of computer memory used on some of the earliest digital computers
  • Delay (audio effect)

Famous quotes containing the words delay and/or line:

    To achieve the larger goal of teaching her children consideration of others, a mother can tolerate some frustration of her own wishes, she can delay having what she wants, she can be flexible enough to compromise. And this is exactly what her child must also learn: that it is possible to survive frustration, it is possible to wait for what he wants, it is possible to compromise without capitulating.
    Elaine Heffner (20th century)

    Our job is now clear. All Americans must be prepared to make, on a 24 hour schedule, every war weapon possible and the war factory line will use men and materials which will bring, the war effort to every man, woman, and child in America. All one hundred thirty million of us will be needed to answer the sunrise stealth of the Sabbath Day Assassins.
    Lyndon Baines Johnson (1908–1973)