differential-mode signal

differential-mode signal

[‚dif·ə¦ren·chəl ¦mōd ‚sig·nəl]
(electronics)
A signal that is applied between the two ungrounded terminals of a balanced three-terminal system.
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A balanced signal differs from a differential signal because the desired differential-mode signal
The baluns convert a balanced differential-mode signal to a grounded unbalanced 50-ohm signal with less than 2 dB insertion loss and greater than 15 dB return loss from 1.
FIGURE 6 shows two common amplifier configurations and explains their effects on common-mode and differential-mode signals.
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