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- Interference that appears between signal leads, or the terminals of a measuring circuit, and ground. 2. A form of coherent interference that affects two or more elements of a network in a similar manner (i.e., highly coupled) as distinct from locally generated noise or interference that is statistically independent between pairs of network elements.
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- common-mode voltage, common return, common return offset, ground-return circuit, Neutral