low-frequency impedance corrector

low-frequency impedance corrector

[′lō ‚frē·kwən·sē im′pēd·əns kə‚rek·tər]
(electricity)
Electric network designed to be connected to a basic network, or to a basic network and a building-out network, so that the combination will simulate, at low frequencies, the sending-end impedance, including dissipation, of a line.
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