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Help for common mode wave

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apriori

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Hi Sirs,

I have a question need for your help.

What is the common mode wave or common mode current?
Does it different with diffierential mode?

Thanks.
 

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common mode signal have the same phase and amplitude(usually even harmonics)

differential signal which have 180 degree phase shift but have the same amplitude.(usually odd harmonics)
 

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common mode wave is one in which all mode fields resonate at same frequency.... these generate linear polarization.
 

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To define common-mode or differential for something, it must have two inputs. If the two inputs are different (it may be voltage or current), you will have a differential output. If the inputs are the same, you will get a common-mode output.
Hope it works, good luck
 

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