When Time Delays Make More Sense Than Phase Shifts (.PDF Download)

Phase shifters and delay lines are commonly used components in many high-frequency systems, included for their signal-altering capabilities. Although a delay in the phase or the timing of a signal are essentially the same thing, phase shifters and delay lines are designed with different goals in mind: to provide signal adjustments in the frequency and time domains, respectively, over a design frequency range.

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