Synchronous V Asynchronous Communication?


Synchronous communication is said to occur when two parties communicate in real-time. Examples of synchronous communication include telephone calls and two-way radio communication. In contrast, asynchronous communication is non real-time communication. Examples might be email, blog and message board postings, and especially text messaging. However due to the latency on digital networks, technically speaking, no communication is truly synchronous, as there will always be a small delay of at least a few milliseconds or more between parties.
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