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Old 22 December 2013, 23:35   #42
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In slightly more detail:
If you think about it, you move a flux transition within a given period of time which cannot and does not change - otherwise the capacity of a track using pre-compensation would be unpredictable. So effectively the sum of the subsequent timings do not change, just the position where the flux transition occurs gets advanced or delayed slightly.
If the algorithm used is not careful enough, compensating one flux transition too much could affect the readability of the other one...
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