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What is the difference between isolation and crosstalk?

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What is the difference between isolation and crosstalk?

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Channel crosstalk is interference caused by an unwanted signal from one channel being either coupled (typically capacitively coupled) or radiated into another channel. Crosstalk is typically measured in dB at a specified frequency with a specified load. Isolation is a measure of channel resistance to crosstalk. Isolation is often specified in ohms.

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