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A timing signal is

[a] nominally periodic signal, generated by a clock, used to control the timing of operations in digital equipment and networks. Due to unavoidable disturbances, such as oscillator phase fluctuations, actual timing signals are pseudo-periodic ones, i.e. time intervals between successive equal phase instants show slight variations.[1]

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