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Crosstalk between microstrip transmission lines

By: Hill, D.A.; Johnk, R.T.; Cavcey, K.H.;

1994 / IEEE


This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Crosstalk between microstrip transmission lines ' Methods for prediction of crosstalk between microstrip transmission lines are reviewed and simplified for the weak-coupling case. Classical coupled transmission line theory is used for uniform lines, and potential and induced EMF methods are used for crosstalk between nonuniform lines. It is shown that the potential method is equivalent to classical coupled transmission line theory for the case of uniform lines. An experiment was performed for uniform coupled microstrip lines for frequencies from 50 MHz to 5 GHz, and good agreement between theory and measurement was obtained for both near- and far-end crosstalk.<>