Intertalk

In`ter`talk´


v. i.1.To converse.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The California Highway Patrol's console system will include Pantel's InterTalk integrated voting and steering system, a customised user interface meeting CHP's unique operations, and the ability to share and manage radio traffic between geographically dispersed dispatch sites across the State.
The two mentioned differences between shells of a MWCNT imply that the distribution of potential through different shells is not similar and this fact causes the coupling (intertalk) effects between neighboring shells to have a major role.
One category which is related to the interactions between the inner two neighboring shells in a MWCNT is named "intertalk effect" parameters and the other which is related to the interactions between the two coupled SWCNTs (or the outer shells of two adjacent MWCNTs) is named "crosstalk effect" parameters.
One effect is between the two neighboring shells in a MWCNT which we call it here "Intertalk effect," and the other is between the two adjacent MWCNTs which we call it here "Crosstalk Effect." As it is clear from Figure 2, for the two coupled neighboring shells, the electron tunneling happens through the outer surface of inner shell.
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