Crosstalk And Isolation Requirements In Dual Trunk Systems (1973)

By Henry B. Marron, Jerrold Electronics

This paper examines the problems of crosstalk in dual cable single feeder two-way systems.

Common frequency crosstalk is examined and calculations are made of what amount of crosstalk is allowable without degradation of system performance.

The paper then describes briefly measurements made on a system meeting the calculated performance specifications for isolation.

Crosstalk due to amplifier distortion is then analysed and shown to be negligible in a system using high quality amplifiers presently available.

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