Morning :) I am trying to sample two different waveforms, and subtract the one from the other. Basically, I have A, B, and want C=A-B. The device calculating the C=A-B is remote, connected to the two sampling A and B via a wireless link. A and B do not have any common reference or ground, and the devices sampling them are battery operated. Can I simply take the potential difference between A and a battery's negative terminal.... and B and the next battery's negative terminal... and assume that the negative terminals are equal, such that I now have two waves that I can subtract from each other to get a proper difference between the two?????????????????