Balance return loss
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In telecommunications, balance return loss is one of two things:
- A measure of the degree of balance between two impedances connected to two conjugate sides of a hybrid set, coil, network, or junction.
- A measure of the effectiveness with which a balancing network simulates the impedance of a two-wire circuit at a hybrid coil.
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