far-end crosstalk

far-end crosstalk
   Abbreviated FEXT. Interference that occurs when signals on one twisted-pair are coupled with another pair as they arrive at the far end of a multipair cable system. FEXT becomes a problem on short loops supporting high-bandwidth services such as Very-High-Bit-Rate Digital Subscriber Line (VDSL) because of the high carrier frequencies used.
   See also crosstalk; near-end crosstalk.

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