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Synonyms for crosstalk

the presence of an unwanted signal via an accidental coupling


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Reflections and crosstalk are just a couple of the SI complications associated with the real-world physical properties on high-speed signals.
Vectoring, or crosstalk cancellation, requires extensive compute resources, and the BCM65550 delivers this without compromise.
24 January 2019 - US-based engineering simulation software provider Ansys (NASDAQ: ANSS) has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Helic, a provider of electromagnetic crosstalk solutions for systems on chips, the company said.
The earlier proposed codes were able to avoid crosstalk, can correct up to three-bit errors [14-17] and detect four-bit errors [18].
develops and markets Electronic Design Automation (EDA) software that mitigates the risk of crosstalk in high-speed System on Chip (SoC) Designs and Analog/RF designs.
Therefore, diverse research efforts have been reported to mitigate the crosstalk due to FWM in appropriate transmission system design [4-7].
If there is crosstalk in pulse oximetry sensor like Figure 1(b), detected light intensity will be I([lambda]) + [I.sub.c]([lambda]), and the MBVSYS for ref PPG is rewritten as Equation (6),
discussed the importance of NK cell memories and the innate-adaptive immune intrinsic crosstalk. Another article by R.
We would like to reply to the comments on our manuscript titled "Detecting Key Genes Regulated by miRNAs in Dysfunctional Crosstalk Pathway of Myasthenia Gravis" [2].
However, large overlapped area of inductances coils results in strong mutual coupling which make the crosstalk among multiple parameters nonignorable.
Separate chapters address the properties of antennas, capacitive crosstalk, emission reduction techniques, electromagnetic shielding, cable shielding, grounding and bonding, EMI measurement, and printed circuit boards.
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).
Crosstalk not only asks whether it's possible to know and connect with another person completely, but also makes us reexamine whether it's even healthy to try.
On a basic level, the frequency comb can predict crosstalk for bundled information at the get-go and then reverse it at the receiving end of the fiber, effectively cancelling out accumulated random distortions.
The frequency comb described in this paper ensures that the signal distortions -- called the "crosstalk" -- that arises between bundled streams of information travelling long distances through the optical fiber are predictable, and therefore, reversible at the receiving end of the fiber.