Definition of Bridged-t
1. Noun. A circuit consisting of a T-network with an additional shunt bridging the two series circuits.
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1. Report: Together with Proceedings, Minutes of Evidence and Appendices by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Commission Appointed to Enquire into and Report upon Certain Matters Affecting Cape Peninsula Municipalities and the Cape Divisional Council (1903)
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