But how is noise induced equally in each conductor?
If you don't know how noise is induced into a conductor you need to go back further and study.
You do understand why shielding is connected on one side if it is not a coax interconnect right?
In a balanced interconnect, yes....do you?
Both papers that I posted talk about the benefits of equal noise distribution resulting from twisted conductors
Both papers mentioned how the common mode signals would be canceled by the differential receiver....but you don't understand that.
I said that I was sorry to expose your ignorance, I think once.
But all you did was expose your own ignorance, again and again.
I speak from professional experience of over a decade of electronics work and technical training.
I'm an EE and have over 20 years experience.
I posted those papers because you seem to think that balanced circuits are perfect (not even the best are) and cannot benefit from twisted conductor cable construction, well they do
You're making a poor attempt at putting words in my mouth, or you're trying to deflect the attention away from the fact that you clearly don't understand balanced circuits. No-one said they were perfect. Your understanding of them and your subsequent 'explanations' are wrong. You simply don't know what you're talking about, and despite being told numerous times, you refuse to learn anything.
Yes, noise is cancelled at the receiver.
But it would not be cancelled if it were not induced equally as a function of twisted conductor construction.
Once again, common mode noise is canceled at the receiver...it doesn't matter if the wires are twisted or not. The reason for the twist is to hopefully ensure that noise is induced equally into both conductors....this can happen even if they are not twisted.
Run a cable of parallel conductors and another of twisted conductors and see which is quieter since you will not take my word or that of the electrical engineers who wrote the papers.
I understand the papers very well...you, clearly, don't.
Where did you get your EE degree from?