common-mode signal

Definitions

Electronics

  • For a differential device, such as a differential amplifier, a signal applied equally to both inputs. Also called in-phase signal (1).
  • The algebraic average of two signals applied to both ends of a balanced circuit, such as that of a differential amplifier. Also called in-phase signal (2).
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