Unbalanced line

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This article is about the electrical transmission line. For the American football offensive line, see glossary of American football

In electrical engineering, an unbalanced line is a transmission line, usually coaxial cable, whose conductors have unequal impedances with respect to ground; as opposed to a balanced line. Microstrip and single-wire lines are also unbalanced lines.

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