Definitions for velocity of signaling
The Standard Electrical Dictionary
Velocity of Signaling
The speed of transmission of electric signals is affected by the nature of the line, as regards its static capacity, and by the delicacy of the receiving instruments, which may need a more or less strong current to be affected. Thus of an original current one per cent. may suffice to operate a sensitive instrument. This might give almost the velocity of light, while if the instrument would only respond to the full current nearly two minutes (see Variable State) might be required for the production of a signal.
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