bridging loss


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bridging loss

[′brij·iŋ ‚lȯs]
(electronics)
Loss resulting from bridging an impedance across a transmission system; quantitatively, the ratio of the signal power delivered to that part of the system following the bridging point, and measured before the bridging, to the signal power delivered to the same part after the bridging.
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