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Because the correct answer for this question can vary, whether this is an ‘intro to telecommunications’ or if this is an ‘advanced RF circuit design’ course.
If this is some sort of intro course, then to answer the question, I would ask you the question, what is crosstalk, and why might it be a problem?
If this is a RF design course, then the question would be whether they are asking this from a PCB-design standpoint, or from a device design standpoint, or even from the standpoint of GSM tower/site design.
Well, I am a licensed amateur radio operator, but I would doubt that anybody here really knows RF design.
I would guess that crosstalk has a lot to do with details like the board design component placement, trace length and placement, where shielding goes on the board , etc. I know a lot about radio and electronics, but not so much about the details of design.