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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Regarding a given raw process time ([T.sub.0]), a deterministic balanced line performs better than a deterministic unbalanced line. On the other hand, the balanced line has a worse stability regarding variability [6].
The piequivalent model is used for both balanced and unbalanced line sections in this paper.
The early success for the Volunteers came when they were using an unbalanced line, putting an extra lineman on one side of the formation.
For getting audio in, there is a pair of balanced XLR mic level inputs as well as unbalanced line level inputs.
The integrated audio mixer only allows for two unbalanced microphone inputs and one unbalanced line input.
By moving the "Z" receiver to a slot position two yards outside the tackle and one yard deep in the backfield, and moving the "Y" receiver 17 yards out from the ball, we were able to make our shotgun formation look very much like a single wing, except for the unbalanced line.
A balun connector is a device for converting from a balanced to an unbalanced line.
As a result, unbalanced line capacitances must be kept to a minimum.
Gardner tried to confuse the Gaels with an unbalanced line on the conversion attempt, but Feliz and junior Matt McEvilly were there for the stop, leaving Gardner with a six-point lead, 14-8, with 5:22 left in the game.
Luther, an assistant at Triangle Lake the past four seasons, and at Harrisburg for a year before that, is implementing the single-wing, in which the Lakers won't have a true quarterback and will run behind an unbalanced line, with two running backs and a wing back.
The plays may also be run from an unbalanced line (Diag.
The Ducks showed an unbalanced line a couple of times against UCLA in an attempt to add a blocker at the point of attack on running plays, but it didn't work out for Oregon either time.