One category of transmission lines used in networking uses a pair of wires twisted together. Why do such lines have a pair of wires, and why are they twisted?
Describe the underlying principles of agile systems development methodologies.
A pair of wires are twisted with each other to cancel out the electromagnetic interference and crosstalk that can appear due to two wires. Interference on one wire cancels out the interference on the other wire. The two wires in the ...
Discusses twisted pair cabling and agile systems development methodologies.