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Crosstalk as Induced current:-
The induced interference can be measured as current and can be represented with following equation.
I1 = Ctc * dV2/dt
Where:- I1 is undesired induced current, CtC is crosstalk mutual capacitance, V2 is voltage on the parallel conductor.
Crosstalk is the undesired interference on a conductor due to rate of change (with respect to time) of voltage on a parallel conductor.
Crosstalk can cause:-
1. Undesired Mutual Capacitance or Induced current.
2. Undesired Mutual Inductance or Induced voltage.
Crosstalk can be avoided by increasing the distance between the conductors.
Crosstalk as Induced voltage:-
The induced interference can be measured as voltage and can be represented with following equation.
V1 = CtL * dI2/dt
Where:- V1 is undesired induced voltage, CtL is crosstalk mutual inductance, I2 is current on the parallel conductor.