crosstalk


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cross·talk

 (krôs′tôk′, krŏs′-)
n.
1. Electronics Undesired signals or sounds, as of voices, in a telephone or other communications device as a result of coupling between transmission circuits.
2. Ancillary, incidental conversation: crosstalk among members of the panel.

crosstalk

(ˈkrɒsˌtɔːk)
n
1. (Telecommunications) unwanted signals in one channel of a communications system as a result of a transfer of energy from one or more other channels
2. Brit rapid or witty talk or conversation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.crosstalk - the presence of an unwanted signal via an accidental coupling
interference, noise, disturbance - electrical or acoustic activity that can disturb communication
Translations

crosstalk

[ˈkrɒstɔːk]
A. N (Brit) → réplicas fpl agudas
B. CPD crosstalk act N (Theat) → diálogo m ágil salpicado de humor
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In those problems, the the crosstalk of transmission lines from the wiring harness in electrical and electronics equipments and the interconnects in PCB (Printed Circuit Board) becomes more and more outstanding, which can lead to equipment performance degradation, even failure in some serious situations (Hara and Colebrooke, 2003).
The first topic under debate was whether Cat 6A cables need to be tested for alien crosstalk in the field.
The national church's Anglican Journal, the diocese of Ottawa's Crosstalk and the diocese of Quebec's Gazette won several awards at the Canadian Church Press Awards on May 17.
It has been frequently observed, however, an unexpected electromagnetic (EM) coupling problem such as crosstalk that can cause timing violation, false clocking, intermittent data fault, etc.
LeCroy Corporation has announced SDAIII-CompleteLinQ the only serial data analysis package that simultaneously performs eye, jitter, vertical noise, and crosstalk analysis on up to four lanes, with quick and easy lane-to-lane comparisons.
The editors focus on Canada, "including Quebec," as a means of focusing on forms of crosstalk that can, in some way, be situated partly in relation to Canada but that also extend beyond such borderings.
However, the crosstalk and other disturbances in metallic cables represent the main problem for achieving this transmission rate.
But crosstalk isn't limited to one line coupling onto another line.
The text focuses on modeling 'electrically long' connection conductors, but there is also one chapter devoted to the use of shielded lines and twisted pairs of wires to eliminate or reduce crosstalk for 'electrically short' lines.
2 for insertion loss, return loss, as well as near end crosstalk and far end crosstalk.