balancing unit

balancing unit

[′bal·əns·iŋ ‚yü·nət]
(electricity)
Antenna-matching device used to permit efficient coupling of a transmitter or receiver having an unbalanced output circuit to an antenna having a balanced transmission line.
Device for converting balanced to unbalanced transmission lines, and vice versa, by placing suitable discontinuities at the junction between the lines instead of using lumped components.
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