The principle that tracing and tracking errors arise solely from delay-modulation processes has not found wide application for controlling these errors, because of device imperfections. These may be overcome by using a regulation principle. Regulation may also be used in a switching-synthesis scheme, achieving continuous delay control without using delay lines. The regulation principle invoked is that of the phase-locked loop. The switching-synthesis scheme is a sampled-data analog of the phase-locked loop. Rational design approaches are indicated.
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