cross talk


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cross′ talk`

or cross′talk`,


n.
1. interference heard on a telephone or radio because of unintentional coupling to another communication channel.
2. Brit. witty, fast-paced dialogue; repartee.
[1885–90]
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In the mid-1990s, however, with the coding-theory world buzzing about turbo codes' cross talk approach, explorations of several research groups independently led them back to Gallager's work.
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