interchannel crosstalk

interchannel crosstalk

[¦in·tər¦chan·əl ′krȯs‚tȯk]
(communications)
Crosstalk between channels in a multiplex system.
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In WDM system channel spacing reduction limiting factor is interchannel crosstalk, which originate due to optical fibre nonlinearities, such as crossphase modulation (XPM), selfphase modulation (SPM) and four--wave mixing (FWM) [2].
The configuration type of this system was chosen precisely in order to clarify interchannel crosstalk influence effect to transmission in adjacent channels, if modulation formats applied for each channel are different.
This is explained by the fact, that in this case interchannel crosstalk effects are more quintessential and signal spectrum compaction is maximal affordable (see Fig.
Appropriate tests include the big six: level, frequency response, THD+N, phase, interchannel crosstalk, and signal-to-noise ratio.
Interchannel crosstalk is minimized by a combination of coaxial and magnetic shielding.