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Antoni Reus Bergas
Antoni Reus Bergas on 16 Nov 2023
I got a question on using the latency function. In this function, you have to specify a time or times; in my case, I only need a single time, so I'll call it t.
My question is:
Does it return the signal's latency from the source to the receiver of a signal sent at time t, or does it return the latency of a signal received at time t?

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Asim
Asim on 23 Nov 2023
Hello Antoni,
I understand you are inquiring about the behaviour of the latency, regarding whether it calculates the latency of a signal sent at time ‘t’ or the latency of a signal received at time ‘t.
Latency is typically defined as the time delay experienced by a signal as it travels from the source to the receiver. If you input a single time ‘t’ into such a function, it usually calculates the latency based on the signal sent at that time ‘t. Therefore, it returns the signal's latency from the source to the receiver for a signal sent at the specified time ‘t.
For detailed information on how latency is calculated and the specific behaviour of the function you are using, please refer to this documentation:
I hope this clears your doubt.
Best Regards,
Asim Asrar
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Antoni Reus Bergas
Antoni Reus Bergas on 25 Nov 2023
Thank you very much, Asim, that's what I was looking for.

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