T attenuator

T attenuator

[′tē ə‚ten·yə‚wād·ər]
(electricity)
A resistive attenuator with three resistors forming a T network.
A power-tap type of attenuator which removes part of the power from a main line through a T connection and dissipates the power, without reflection into the main line.
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