Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes:
We see from your search that you're looking for information on the term "Crosstalk", and we have a large number of manufacturers' news releases and technical articles here on Electronicstalk which will be of interest. Let me be your guide.
Start with the news release Speedy access to latest Molex lines from RS Components UK, which we summarised at the time by saying "All the latest connectors from Molex are now available from RS Components". Earlier in the week, we featured the news release Software spots EMC issues in PCBs and cables from CST - Computer Simulation Technology: "New additions to simulation suite aim to expose EMC issues early in the design process, reducing the number of expensive cut and try iterations".
In February 2008, we covered the news from Molex UK concerning its Copper Flex assembly with PCBeam interposer - take a look at Alliance creates high-speed board-flex link which says: "Copper Flex assembly with HS and S PC Beam interposer enables unparalleled design flexibility and true position accuracy".
Take a look also at the news release from Molex UK, Connectors support next-generation mezzanine cards, as well as Test helps improve optical efficiency from Anritsu (UK), and Audio analyser brings manufacturer into line from Prism Sound.
Backplane connectors are easy on dughtercards (December 2007)
The Z-Pack TinMan connector design offers a fully protected right-angle receptacle for use on daughtercards where handling damage can be a concern
Protection devices combine for HDMI interfaces (November 2007)
ESD and overcurrent protection reference layout meets or exceeds the HDMI 1.3 specifications for operation at 3.4Gbit/s for impedance, data eye and far end crosstalk
Compact connectors bring PCIe onboard (November 2007)
Connectors combine cable-mount plugs and PCB-mount receptacles featuring through-hole pin termination
Shielded cabling protects against crosstalk (October 2007)
The TX6 10Gig shielded copper cabling system suits use in data centre server links and high-end workstations where suppression of electromagnetic/radio frequency interference is critical
Device provides an extra voltage regulator (October 2007)
XC6415 devices are ideal for portable applications where space is at a premium such as mobile phones, portable games, cameras, portable AV equipment and PDAs
SBCs handle high voltages (October 2007)
The Smartis high-voltage BCD-on-SOI technology and the SO8 power package allow the devices to operate at supply voltages of up to 40V
Filters double testing speed (October 2007)
BrightLine FISH filters perform faster analysis more conveniently, ensure more accurate diagnoses and give the user