nonlinear crosstalk

nonlinear crosstalk

[‚nän‚lin·ē·ər ′krȯs‚tȯk]
(communications)
Interaction between channels occupying different wavelengths in a wavelength-division-multiplexed system because of optical nonlinearities in the transmission medium.
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Nonlinear methods are related to high input power, which results in additional nonlinear crosstalk and reduced energy efficiency of overall transmission system [11].
This was specially done to take into account linear and nonlinear crosstalk effects in the optical signal transmission to which the central group's channels (from the first to the third system's channel) are exposed from the channels of adjacent groups (4th-6th and 7th-9th).