Hello, I'm trying to get some feedback on my circuit design (picture below). I am attempting to use a differential op amp to impedance match a 100 ohm transmission line. The transmission line is CAT6A twisted pair. I'm using CAT6A as a feed through into a vacuum chamber. The design is to capture a time varying magnetic field which will induce a voltage on a loop. The design is to compensate for electrostatic noise/pickup due to local charges. I'm curious as to if my circuit design schematic looks correct. This design will be used in another application in which using a balanced line out will reduce stray capacitance. CAT6A twisted shielded wire has a much lower stray capacitance than 50Ohm coaxial cable, which will effect the frequency response of my signal. The lower I can get the stray capacitance, the better. Any insight or tips on best practices would be greatly appreciated!