Yes, I see. However, what is the problem caused by no common ground? How does it affect the circuit operation?The only problem with this topologies is the lack of a command reference point between output and input.
Actually when analyzing the operation of these topologies I don't see any problem with them.This circuit will work only if you have a floating input source. So, now instead of 3-terminal circuit, you have 4-terminal device.
So what is the problem caused by no common ground? I see that there is no common ground in these topologies but don't understand why it is source of problems.But this circuit will work.
Could you explain about low impedance connection? What is it?Now we have a 4-terminal device instead of the usual 3-terminal, input source cannot have any low impedance connection between Vin and Vout.
I don't remember but maybe those above are the first ones.Have you seen any single- supply circuit without common ground between Vin and Vout?
First, let's take a moment to savor the Buckeye's victory over Noter Doter...So what is the problem caused by no common ground? I see that there is no common ground in these topologies but don't understand why it is source of problems.
"Widely" unsuitable and unsuitable for your application are not the same thing.it is best to avoid making it widely unsuitable.
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