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Crosstalk can be explained as the unwanted interference of signals in a transmission channel. For example, the electromagnetic interference from one unshielded twisted pair with another twisted pair, the signal within one twisted pair will result in the creation of a magnetic field that not only communicates within the twisted pair but also affects the neighboring pair.  If left unchecked, this could lead to;

  • Degradation of signal transmission on another pair, reducing the signal-to-noise ratio. 
  • Could lead to distortion of transmitted messages carried in an adjacent wire

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