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FEXTFar End Cross Talk
FEXTFar-End Cross Talk
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where [psi] is constant equal to 8 x [10.sup.-20] for the 49 disturber 1% worst case FEXT model.
The influence of the FEXT crosstalk transmission function is characterized by the power spectral density of the FEXT crosstalk signal and by the FEXT crosstalk path.
Alien crosstalk can come either from sources at the same end of a transmitting link (alien NEXT), or from sources transmitting at the other end, or somewhere along the length of the link (alien FEXT).
This 20% FEXT noise, spread over the unit interval, can completely close a marginally acceptable eye, as in Figure 1.
It can be used to further improve the SI by compensating for the different velocities caused by even and odd mode propagation and to reduce FEXT.
The NEXT and FEXT figures of merit are used to describe the relative peak noise compared to the signal.
Technical Systems Bulletin 95 (TSB 95), "Additional Transmission Performance Guidelines for 100 W 4-Pair Category 5 Cabling," was developed solely to verify performance levels of an installed CAT 5 cable plant for additional parameters of equal level far-end crosstalk (FEXT), power sum equal level far-end crosstalk (PSELFEXT), and power sum near-end crosstalk (PSNEXT) required to support existing two-pair and four-pair applications like Gigabit Ethernet.
A study of far-end crosstalk (FEXT) and crosstalk-induced jitter involving two edge-coupled differential pairs of W = 5 mil and interapair separation Sp = 5 mil, revealed that increasing the pair-to-pair spacing Sn from 5 mils to 20 mils can significantly reduce FEXT (16) and deterministic jitter (D J).
1000Base-T modeling on CAT 5 cabling has shown that ISI will be 104mV rms or approximately two orders of magnitude greater than NEXT and FEXT at the input of the receiver (Source: Sailesh Rao, Level One Communications.
The ISO standards body has gone as far as to say internally that it "cannot guarantee at this point any interoperability between manufacturers' products." The danger is that, ultimately, a switch supplier may have to produce a cabling manufacturer A Class E switch blade and a cabling manufacturer B Class E switch blade where the only difference will be the method of NEXT/ FEXT (near-end/far-end crosstalk) cancellation within the interface socket!