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Meandering laid conductor tracks on a memory bar in order to adjust signal propagation times with parallel control.
In electrical engineering, the transit time is the difference in time between the entry of a signal into a ( causal ) system and its exit. The concept of the system is very broad here.
One example is the so-called gate delay , i.e. the time that passes when information is processed in a logic gate . This can be measured with ring oscillators . The gate delay determines the maximum frequency of the clock signal in computer systems. The so-called transit time tolerance calculation provides specific methods for determining transit times in networks .