- Hybrid computer, a computer combining analog and digital features
- Hybrid coupler, a passive device used in radio and telecommunications
- Hybrid coil, a type of electrical transformer
- Telephone hybrid, a type of telephone circuit
- Hybrid mass spectrometer, a combination of m/z separation devices of different types
- Three-way hybrid, a device to converge content delivered via three different video transport networks
- Hybrid integrated circuit, a miniaturized electronic circuit combining different semiconductor devices and passive components on a substrate
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