From: Long Wang ([email protected])
Date: Mon Jan 10 2000 - 11:30:04 PST
I have a couple questions about backward crosstalk. In Ansoft 2D tool,
the backward crosstalk coefficient can be calculated. My questions are :
Assuming to consider 2 lines parallel each other, one line is active and
the other is a victim.
1. In the result matrix of Ansoft 2D tool, the diagonal element is 0.5.
What does that mean?
2. The off-diagonal element, for instance, is 0.01. Does it mean 1%
coupling from the active line? Does the backward crosstalk depend on
rise-time of a signal? If no, can you explain it?
Thanks a lot!
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