nonintelligible crosstalk

nonintelligible crosstalk

[‚nän·in′tel·ə·jə·bəl ′krȯs‚tȯk]
(communications)
Crosstalk which cannot be understood regardless of its received volume, but which because of its syllabic nature is more annoying subjectively than thermal-type noise.
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