Learn about Differential Signal

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Single-Ended Signaling

Single-ended signaling is a simple and common way of transmitting an electrical signal from a sender to a receiver. The electrical signal is transmitted by a voltage (often a varying voltage), which is referenced to a fixed potential, usually a 0 V node referred to as"ground."

One conductor carries the signal and one conductor carries the common reference potential. The current associated with the signal travels from sender to receiver and returns to the power supply through the ground connection. If multiple signals are transmitted, the circuit will require one conductor for each signal plus one shared ground connection; thus, for example, 16 signals can be transmitted using 17 conductors.



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