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Mutual inductance and crosstalk analysis

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The mutual inductance between the two circuits shown in FIGURE 2 is
20 nH. It may be assumed that (R1 + R*L1) >> w*L1 and that (R2 + RL2) >> w*L2.

(a) Estimate the crosstalk voltage at the load of circuit B when the signal
source of circuit A is V1 = 100 mV at 1 GHz.

(b) Plot the crosstalk voltage (at the load of circuit B) as a function of
frequency.

(c) Suggest three ways of reducing inductive crosstalk

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The following questions are addressed around crosstalk

The mutual inductance between the two circuits shown in FIGURE 2 is
20 nH. It may be assumed that (R1 + R*L1) >> w*L1 and that (R2 + RL2) >> w*L2.

(a) Estimate the crosstalk voltage at the load of circuit B when the signal
source of circuit A is V1 = 100 mV at 1 GHz.

(b) Plot the crosstalk voltage (at the load of circuit B) as a function of
frequency.

(c) Suggest three ways of reducing inductive crosstalk

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