Print Email Facebook Twitter Modeling alien-line impedance mismatch in wideband vectored wireline systems Title Modeling alien-line impedance mismatch in wideband vectored wireline systems Author Medeiros, E. Magesacher, T. Ödling, P. Wei, D. Wang, X. Li, Q. Eriksson, P.E. Lu, C. Boschma, J.J. van den Heuvel, B.M. Publication year 2014 Abstract Sudden changes of channel coefficients in a wideband vectored wireline system (such as G.fast) due to changes in the terminating impedance of lines outside the vectored group can seriously degrade stability and throughput. This letter presents a model that predicts the impact of termination mismatch based exclusively on crosstalk data for the properly-terminated state. Experimental results confirm a tight fit between model and measurements. The model allows analysis of system performance and stability without dedicated crosstalk measurements for mismatch cases. Subject Communication & InformationNT - Network TechnologyTS - Technical SciencesInfrastructuresInformation SocietyDSLImpedance matchingImpedance mismatchVectored transmissionWide-bandWireline systems To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:5f2f2085-18d8-4f6a-92dd-801b58e328ae DOI https://doi.org/10.1109/lcomm.2014.2341551 TNO identifier 516529 Source IEEE Communications Letters, 18 (9), 1527-1530 Document type article Files To receive the publication files, please send an e-mail request to TNO Library.