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MATH’S NOTES

any experimenters are well aware of the characteristics and benefits of both the balanced and unbalanced configurations for audio signals. Normal unbalanced audio can suffer from electrical noise induced in the transmission line while a balanced configuration tends to reject common-mode noise while preserving desired signal fidelity. shows a comparison of both examples to indicate how they are wired. This month, we would like to expand on this topic but in the area of conventional analog since the use of similar balanced transmission techniques for conventional unbalanced baseband CCTV video offers some interesting and unique opportunities for the experimenter. As many amateurs who enjoy amateur television (ATV) are still

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