From: Peterson, James F (FL51) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Oct 13 2000 - 07:59:56 PDT
I guess my question would be, why does it have to be a ratio of anything?
Why can't it just be the amount of noise visible at the far end of the
victim's transmission line?
I guess if it is a rating of a t-line's capacity for crosstalk then you
might go with a ratio (for x amount of voltage injected at the aggressor's
t-line you will get x mV of coupled noise at the victim's far end). If this
is the case I would think you would use the aggressor's initial signal
From: JOHN SAWDY [mailto:JSAWDY@meritec.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 11, 2000 12:48 PM
Subject: [SI-LIST] : Far end crosstalk
Greetings from Ohio.
What is the correct definition for far end crosstalk for a transmission line
(cable): is it the ratio of the voltage measured at the far end of a quiet
line vs. the input voltage on the active line or vs. the output (far end)
voltage on the active line, which is an attenuated version of the input
FEXT = Vout quiet/Vin active or Vout quiet/Vout active?
John F. Sawdy, Senior Applications Engineer
Meritec, a division of Associated Enterprises
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