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Reply-To: "bruce varley"
From: "bruce varley"
Subject: Re: Telephone Hybrid circuit schematic
Date: Sat, 18 Jan 2003 19:03:50 +0800
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However you do it, a transformer on the incoming lines is a nice solution in
that it provides thorough galvanic isolation.
Mortel <[NOSPAM]firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi all electronics geeks !!!
> I'm working on a university project wich is a telephone system.
> I studied a little the famous hybrid system wich separates the two duplex
> signals of the phone line on two different lines. I saw that the
> traditional circuit is made from two transformers with one of the poles
> inverted. I guess this is the most basic circuit wich offers a real good
> line isolation but I was wondering if there was other types of hybrid
> circuitry and if so, where can I find schematics about them ?
> Thank you all and stay connected :o)
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