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single-ended

[′siŋ·gəl ′end·əd]
(electricity)
Unbalanced, as when one side of a transmission line or circuit is grounded.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A single-ended trace is, well, just that: a single trace with one starting point, one ending point, and a common ground, carrying a signal from a source to a receiver.
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For slow single-ended signals, a simple L-C circuit will sufficiently model the "impedance bump" produced by the via.
The goal of this letter is to design a high-performance 3-phase VCO consisted of three single-ended complementary Colpitts VCOs [5,6] coupled with a varactor-ring.
* A combination of single-ended and differential outputs in a single chip.
Available with up to 40 positions per row in a double row design, and rated at 7 GHz in single-ended and 4.5 GHz in differential pair configurations when mated.
The Radio Shack meters have internal microphone preamps and the output, at the back of the unit, is a standard RCA single-ended jack.
A single-ended LVDT, the HSE Series 750 units terminate through a sealed axial connector that prohibits the core from passing completely through the coil assembly.
The model XP1007 is a GaAs MMIC two-stage, single-ended, X-band high power amplifier that integrates an on-chip gate bias circuit to simplify biasing.
Signal levels include differential and single-ended AMI, CMI, ECL, PECL and RS-422, and LVDS levels for copper interface and STM-1 (OC3) fiber-optic interface.
The DI-148 Series data acquisition modules provide eight channels of single-ended analog input with [+ or -]10V range and 10-bit resolution as well as six channels of digital I/O.

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