Immittance bridge | Article about immittance bridge by The Free Dictionary
immittance bridge[i′mit·əns ‚brij]
A modification of an admittance bridge which compares the output current of a four-terminal device with admittance standards in a T configuration in order to measure transfer admittance by a null method.
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