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The physics of crosstalk

Physically, the value of $\alpha$ depends on the angle of incidence, which in turn depends critically on the soil layer. The soil layer is generally ill defined, which is why it is natural to take $\alpha$ as an unknown. In real life $\alpha$ should be time-dependent, but we will ignore this complication.

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