I am currently looking into crosstalk. I have never really heard of this and I wondered if anyone could help me.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If I have two wires wrapped together which have an electrical current running through them, hows to best way to find out the crosstalk? From what i have been reading, the leakage from one wire to another can be capacitive or inductive and am i right in saying its measured in dB?

Any theorectical or practical ideas would be great! :)

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# Calculating Crosstalk

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