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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
353A3 PLC Radwell At&t Telecommunications, Telecom Adaptor ADAPTER COAXIAL TO TWISTED PAIR BALUN
106503394 PLC Radwell Avaya Telecommunications, Telecom Adaptor ADAPTER COAXIAL TO TWISTED PAIR BALUN
0380581300P PLC Radwell Nevada Western Components, Connectors, Terminals, & Pins CONNECTOR SUPER BALUN M-BNC COAXIAL TO RJ45

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  • Measurements Techniques for Baluns (.pdf)
    to be repeatable enough not perturb the results. Likewise, if a simple approach of. manually unhooking and re-hooking coaxial lines, good RF-measurements techniques should be. followed. Amplitude and phase balance is evaluated using the following equation: S31. AB = 20Log. Equation 2. 10 S21.  S . PB =. 31. ang
  • Baluns Shrink To Tiny 0404 Footprint (.pdf)
    Consumer and commercial electronic designs call for the smallest possible components to save space and power. Balanced-unbalanced transformers or baluns have traditionally been based on transmission lines, such as coaxial wires, stripline, or microstrip, and often somewhat large as a result
  • Copper Cabling for Digital Audio and Video Applications
    the balun does not have to deal with extraneous noise absorbed by the cable. The next section of this article discusses baluns in greater detail. Substituting Pairs for Video Coaxial Cable. Many existing video applications use 75 Ohm, unbalanced coaxial cable and connectors. With properly designed baluns
  • Technical Reference: Common Connectivity Terms
    protects the conductors and can be assembled or injection molded. Commonly used with D-Sub connectors. BALUN - An acronym for BALanced/UNbalanced. A device commonly used to change one cabling media to another (ex. coaxial to twisted pair balun). Bandwidth - The difference between the upper and lower