transformer bridge

transformer bridge

[tranz′fȯr·mər ‚brij]
(electricity)
A network consisting of a transformer and two impedances, in which the input signal is applied to the transformer primary and the output is taken between the secondary center-tap and the junction of the impedances that connect to the outer leads of the secondary.
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The NIST multifrequency transformer bridge can measure 1:1, 2:1, and 10:1 ratios.
Wang at NIST for resolving the correct signs of the ac resistance ratios (the transformer bridge had been originally designed to measure admittances rather than impedances), L.
Lee, An Easy-To-Use Combination Four-Terminal-Pair/Two-Terminal-Pair AC Transformer Bridge, J.

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