Reverse Transfer and Crosstalk


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Reverse Transfer and Crosstalk
10106071031600 Reverse Transfer and CrosstalkReverse Transfer is a measure of the change in input current signal resulting from a varying output current signal as noted in Eq. (10.1). This measurement cannot always be made within a system as it requires access to both the output current and the input current of the power supply. The output current can easily be modulated using a current injector, or electronic load; however, the input connection is not always accessible for a current probe. An alternative is to measure the input voltage resulting from the modulation of the output current, which is the pr…
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Steven M. Sandler: Power Integrity: Measuring, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting Power Related Parameters in Electronics Systems. Reverse Transfer and Crosstalk, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export