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Simple Differential to Single ended conversion

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differential to single ended conversion

Hi Guys

I have a RF circuit which produces differential low frequency (500 KHz) output with 5 volt DC voltage and I want to convert it to single ended output to feed an AD device as soon as possible. Can anybody suggest me a simple circuit to do it.

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differential to single ended -patent

One question right off is, is the information in one of
the differential legs "good enough" for whatever you
want to do? If so, that's a resistor (at simplest) or a
pair of them and ignore one.

Or a balun.
 

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