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Experimental measurements illustrating some of the special propagation properties of the non-sinusoidal SD signal on cable are discussed in this paper. A companion paper (Part I) in this workshop outlined the theoretical foundations of these properties of the SD signal. First, the non-dispersive propagation nature of the speedy delivery waveform traveling with constant velocity is demonstrated experimentally on long lossy telephone (POTS) lines with frequency dependent parameters. The ability to control velocity (or 1/velocity = propagation delay/unit length traveled) of the SD signal by changing its shape parameter is demonstrated with measurements on a coaxial cable.