Telecom Dictionary - Definitions of terms
Near-End Crosstalk - Definition and Use
Near-End Crosstalk - Near-End Crosstalk is Crosstalk that is propagated in a disturbed channel in the direction opposite to the direction of propagation of a signal in the disturbing channel. Note: The terminals of the disturbed channel, at which the near-end crosstalk is present, and the energized terminal of the disturbing channel, are usually near each other.
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