push-pull

[ poo sh-poo l ]
/ ˈpʊʃˈpʊl /

noun

Radio. a two-tube symmetrical arrangement in which the grid excitation voltages are opposite in phase.

adjective

of or relating to electronic devices having components with balanced signals opposite in phase.

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Origin of push-pull

First recorded in 1925–30
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push-pull

noun (modifier)

using two similar electronic devices, such as matched valves, made to operate 180° out of phase with each other. The outputs are combined to produce a signal that replicates the input waveforma push-pull amplifier
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