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crosstalk

 [kros´tawk]
in cardiology, inappropriate detection of the atrial stimulus by the ventricular sensing mechanism, usually seen with dual chamber pacemakers; it can lead to asystole. Pacemakers are now able to respond to crosstalk with an obligatory ventricular pacing stimulus at a shorter than average A-V interval.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

crosstalk

An artefact in MRI images caused by interference between adjacent slices of a scan, which can be reduced or eliminated by limiting the minimum spacing between slices.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
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In the past, researches carried out focusing on error resiliency but also looked into crosstalk interruption, as another issue.
In order to investigate the effect of FWM-induced crosstalk, the powers of all input channels are considered equal.
Based on this, we measured the PPG signals from the finger to investigate the effect of optical crosstalk on the pulse oximeter according to skin color.
Our research relies on pathway enrichment, pathway crosstalk, functional enrichment, and local areas of pathways (LAPs) analyses to elucidate miRNAgene interactions in the context of pathways relevant to MG.
It should be noted that the change of [f.sub.1] results in the drift of the dip frequency [f.sub.2min], and this phenomenon is a kind of crosstalk which is originally caused by the mutual coupling ([k.sub.12]) between the sensor coils.
In this paper, the QMC method is applied to the statistical analysis of the crosstalk of transmission lines, achieving the prediction of crosstalk variation range and its probability density distribution function.
This approach compensates in advance for the crosstalk that occurs between the multiple communication channels within the same optical fiber.
Thicker dielectrics mean more spacing is required for crosstalk isolation.
Crosstalk is a critical factor affecting the image quality in multiview three-dimensional (3D) displays [1], which is caused by the incomplete isolation of different image channels.
In a WDM system with equally spaced channels, the new frequencies generated by FWM will drop at the channel frequencies and will introduce crosstalk [1-3].
It was first developed for calculating the common-mode current induced at the extremity of simplified point-to-point cable structures excited by various incident electromagnetic (EM) fields [1], and also has been successfully extended for emissions [2,3] and crosstalk [4] problems of complex cable bundles over a large frequency range with some reasonable modifications.
The first topic under debate was whether Cat 6A cables need to be tested for alien crosstalk in the field.