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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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Regarding a given raw process time ([T.sub.0]), a deterministic balanced line performs better than a deterministic unbalanced line.
For the reactions in which oxygen and sulfur participated simultaneously, the Gibbs-Duhem Equations (i.e., stoichiometric coefficient) of oxygen and sulfur are used to for calculation at certain points and subsequently to draw the balanced line of each reaction and calculate its slope.
Utilizes Texas Instruments' high quality CM5242, the all new X1 gets higher signal-to-noise ratio and supports full differential line output to achieve balanced line output function, as compared with PCM5142 of last generation.
United have still only won two PL games all season so they have to continue looking for three points which, I feel, will be better obtained with a more balanced line up.
It was his third hat trick of the season and gave him a nice balanced line of 25 goals and 21 goals for this spectacular and special season.
Target's Simply Balanced line, for example, includes cage-free eggs that are American Humane Certified.
Two conductors having equal and opposite potential constitute a balanced line. Microstrip and coaxial cables use conductors of different dimensions; these are unbalanced.
Target's Simply Balanced line, which debuted in June, joined a number of private label food lines on the market that emphasize natural and/or organic ingredients.
As it is the case of balanced line, there is not stop band and the transition from one mode to the other one occurs at the specific frequency
In [2], a structure including a magnetic coupling post-wall iris and a balanced line with a pair of metalized via-holes is placed between SIW resonators to realize the electric coupling.
When Boom Island designed the Archer Farms Simply Balanced line extension to Target's Archer Farms line, the new brand's distinctive nutrition labeling system was the first of its kind and is a good example of how store brands can innovate above and beyond the national brands, according to Jim Jackson, managing partner, creative for Minneapolis-based Boom Island.
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