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Far-end Crosstalk Modeling Based on Capacitive and Inductive Unbalances Between Pairs in a Cable

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Author(s): Pavel Lafata

Journal: Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
ISSN 1804-3119

Volume: 9;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 14;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Crosstalk | FEXT | Transmission line | VDMT | xDSL.

ABSTRACT
This article deals with new ways of far-end crosstalk (FEXT) modeling in multi-pair and multi-quad metallic cables. Current standard modeling methods provide only rough estimations of FEXT characteristics based on average values of crosstalk for the whole cable. However, for practical implementation of vector discrete multi-tone modulation (VDMT) is necessary to predict and simulate FEXT characteristics with sufficient accuracy and simulate FEXT transfer functions individually for each combination of symmetrical pairs in a cable. This article contains a theoretical analysis and description of the problem and suggests a new method for modeling of FEXT crosstalk using capacitive and inductive unbalances between pairs in a cable. This proposed model offers more accurate and realistic results of crosstalk. Theoretical simulations and results are also compared with the measured characteristics for specific metallic cable.
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