cross talk

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Askeri) ses karışması
hatların karışması
lâf yetiştirme
tartışma
(Nükleer Bilimler) çapraz konuşum,kaçak sinyal
(Askeri) SES KARIŞMASI: Yanyana duran iletkenlerde manyetik veya elektrostatik endüksiyondan ileri gelen karışım. Bu karışımda bir iletkendeki sinyaller arzu edilmeden diğer iletkende veya iletkenlerde de meydana gelir
cızırtı
crosstalk
parazit yapma
crosstalk
karışma
crosstalk
diyafoni
crosstalk
yanses
crosstalk
Ses Karışımı
crosstalk
hatların karışmas
talk at cross purposes
ayrı telden çalmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The leakage or contamination of a signal from one cellular channel to another Frequent cause of noise
Interfering energy transferred from one circuit to another
Interference from an adjacent communication channel
When electrical noise on the cable originates from signals on other wires in the cable, this is known as crosstalk Interfering energy transferred from one circuit to another (see Testing The Network)
Type of interference caused by audio frequencies from one line being coupled into adjacent lines
Another term for cross axis or transverse sensitivity; used on Kistler multi-component force transducers to describe the output on one axis caused by inputs on the others
A type of interference caused by signals from one circuit being coupled into adjacent circuits
The unwanted transfer of energy from one communication circuit to another by means of mutual inductive, capacitive, or conductive coupling
Cross Talk (CT) is the unwanted energy (speech or tone) transferred from one circuit to another circuit
­ noise from one telephone line that is audible on another line Caused when lines are too close, touching, not twisted, or by bad punch-downs or other wiring problems Can allow noise bleed-through from the DSL line to other voice lines in the same location
A condition of wireless communication that occurs when one data transmission is corrupted by another transmission, commonly resulting from an inaccurately aimed or accidentally bounced signal transmission
crosstalk
undesirable signals from a neighbouring transmission circuit; undesired coupling between circuits
crosstalk
conversation that is incidental to the topic under discussion

I couldn't hear the opening address because of all the crosstalk around me.

cross-talk
Interference from an adjacent channel
cross-talk
Unwanted breakthrough of one channel into another Also refers to the distortion that occurs when some signal from a music source that you are not listening to leaks into the circuit of the source that you are listening to
cross-talk
Interference or noise in a sensor or channel, coming from another sensor or channel
cross-talk
A type of interference caused by signals from one circuit being coupled into adjacent circuits
cross-talk
A signal leak from one channel to another - often the cause of noise and distortion
crosstalk
Parasitic coupling between signal channels At audio frequencies, crosstalk normally results from ground loops introduced by the use of one ground return for more than one high-current signal path In one example of crosstalk avoidance, separate ground return lines for the two speakers of a stereo system avoid such cross coupling
crosstalk
The unwanted transfer of energy from one communications circuit to another
crosstalk
Transmission noise caused by energy "leaking" from one channel to another on the same facility [In analog voice communications, crosstalk makes conversation on one circuit accidentally audible on another ]
crosstalk
A type of interference caused by audio frequencies from one pair being coupled into adjacent pairs The term is also used to describe coupling at higher frequencies
crosstalk
Noise passed between communications cables or device elements
crosstalk
The wires in a cable are located in very close proximity to each other This results in a signal in one wire inducing smaller signals in the adjacent wires Crosstalk can be a problem for SCSI transmissions at higher speeds or over long distances A good cable quality and the proper layout of the wires inside the cable can minimize the effects of crosstalk
crosstalk
A type of interference caused by audio frequencies from one pair of conductors being coupled into adjacent pairs
crosstalk
Interference caused by "leaks" from a nearby communication channel
crosstalk
The coupling of unwanted signals from one pair within a cable to another pair Crosstalk can be measured at the same (near) end or far end with respect to the signal source
crosstalk
The presence of an unwanted signal "leaking" into another Listening to binaural (dummy head) signals over stereo loudspeakers is unsatisfactory because of the unwanted leakage of sound from the right loudspeaker to the left ear, and the unwanted sound from the left loudspeaker to the right ear These unwanted components are called crosstalk
crosstalk
Leakage of an audio signal into a channel that iris not intended to be in, from an adjacent or nearby channel
crosstalk
Unwanted interference from another adjacent communications channel The signal from the adjacent channel is inserted into the original communications channel
crosstalk
{i} informal conversation, chat; fast and witty conversation; (Telecommunications) interference caused by the mixing of two frequencies that are traveling on different channels (as on a telephone or radio)
crosstalk
The unwanted transfer of a signal from one circuit to another
crosstalk
The unwanted transfer of energy (signal) from one circuit to another circuit Crosstalk interferes with the desired data signal Handheld cable testers can be used to determine the level of unwanted crosstalk in network cabling
crosstalk
the presence of an unwanted signal via an accidental coupling
crosstalk
Undesirable leakage of a signal from one channel into another, decreasing of channel separation
crosstalk
the phenomenon whereby telecommunications signals on one circuit can leak across to another, potentially degrading the performance on the affected circuit
crosstalk
Interfaces or presence of unwanted signals from one transmission channel, detected on another (usually parallel) channel
crosstalk
Interference received in one communication channel from signals conveyed by other communication channels
crosstalk
The phenomenon in which a signal transmitted on one circuit or channel of a transmission system creates an undesired effect in another circuit or channel, generally related to wire placement, shielding, and transmission techniques
crosstalk
Noise or interference caused by electromagnetic coupling from one signal path to another Crosstalk performance is generally expressed in decibels
crosstalk
For an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) with more than one input, crosstalk is the amount of signal from one analog input that appears on the measured analog input This value is typically specified in decibels For a digital-to-analog converter (DAC), crosstalk is the amount of noise that appears on the DAC output(s) when another DAC is being updated
crosstalk
A phenomena where the audio from one channel bleeds into another causing an undesirable effect This is present in all electronics to some extent or another and will be rated in dB when there is a rating on the equipment It also is the unwanted signal that gets passed between audio lines that are too close together
crosstalk
Interference in a communications channel caused by a signal traveling in an adjacent channel
crosstalk
Unwanted signal from adjacent tracks
cross talk

    الواصلة

    Cross talk

    التركية النطق

    krôs tôk

    النطق

    /ˈkrôs ˈtôk/ /ˈkrɔːs ˈtɔːk/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'kros ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English, from Old Norse or Old Irish; Old Norse kross, from Old Irish cros, from Latin cruc-, crux.

    كلمة اليوم

    subintelligitur
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