balun


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balun

(ˈbælən)
n
(Electronics) electronics a device for coupling two electrical circuit elements, such as an aerial and its feeder cable, where one is balanced and the other is unbalanced
[C20: shortened from bal(anced to) un(balanced transformer)]
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AAS Technology's newly released VPIG100L passive video CCTV balun has been designed to provide crystal clear imagery for those organizations building solutions for real-time video transmission.
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For example, "if there is an opportunity to share a conversation," then introduce yourself and join in, says Balun, who says you must be confident when networking at conferences.
Another of the leading options now available through AAS Technology is their VBP2412DC-50 balun, which is considered to be one of the most durable balun products available on the commercial market.
Recently, Balun trekked to Idaho, Utah and Montana to learn more about what volunteer drivers face out west.
Our goal at Patton is to say 'yes' to any customer with a balun requirement," said John Grant, Product Line Manager.
They cover magnetic materials; balun, hybrids, and anti-phase power splitters; transmission line transformers; hybrid power combiners and splitters; and quadrature combiners and splitters.
The Stereo Hi-Fi Balun allows one line-level analog stereo audio channel to be connected via CAT 5 twisted-pair cable, thus replacing two standard audio cables.
Models VB43F and VB43FPD video balun transceiver/combiners send quality video over cables for up to 1,000 feet, eliminating the need for coaxial cable.
The RF module, which will be released in a compact form factor (15mm x 14mm) suitable for SMT assembly, features an STM32L0 ultra-low-power microcontroller, a low-power SPIRIT1 sub-GHz transceiver, and BALF-SPI-01D3 Balun.
At the point of use, an identical balun converts the cable TV signal back to coaxial form just before it enters the TV.
The hub uses 16 surge-protected Video Balun Transceiver Modules in a single cabinet.