Questions tagged [single-ended]

An electrical signal composed of a single conductor carrying a voltage which varies with respect to a reference voltage (usually ground), as opposed to a differential signal, which consists of complementary signals carried on each conductor.

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Efficiency of obtaining differential signalling from a single-ended manufactured transducers

This will be a conceptual question. I'm sometimes dealing with data-acquisition of transducers, like strain gauges, accelerometers ect. sort of sensors. Most of these sensors have their own precision ...
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Some questions about a single ended system and common mode noise

Below is a system where a signal source on the left is floating/ungrounded/unearthed and the measurement system on the right is earth-grounded through the signal analog ground AGND: Regarding the ...
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Noise immunity of single ended analog voltage signal

I want to use a sensor with analog output in my design. The output of the sensor is a low frequency traingular wave (less than 300 Hz) and voltage vetween 0 - 5V. I need to carry the sensor signal to ...
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What are the effects of single ended signals on twisted pair conductors?

I'm currently using a cable that has multiple twisted pair conductors. I'm attempting to send a several single ended signals down some of these conductors at a frequency of 12.5MHz. Essentially, I'm ...
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How to solve electric shock issues in this system?

When I measure the potential difference between for example a 12V DC output device's one output terminal such as a power supply's or a transducer's and the "earth ground", I see 50Hz voltage signal ...