On a "Signal Processing" site, adding a signal tag to a question actually carries absolutely no information.
Worse, even, is that most of the questions tagged with it are of mediocre-to-bad quality¹ (not surprising, since it shows the poster didn't take a step back to consider what tags would concisely describe his/her question) and that people seem to type things "audio signal" into the tag field and end up with audiosignal.
Since the existence of this tag alone allows people to just post questions without finding a better tag to use, I think the appropriate measure would be to not only remove the tag (manually, probably) from the 160-something questions that carry it right now, but also to blacklist it from being created again.
Hence the question: Should we do that? Does the esteemed moderatorship agree?
¹ from the 155 non-closed, non-migrated, non-duplicate questions tagged with signal at the point of writing, we get this score histogram:
which hopefully is a lot worse than the average tag's score histogram.