Difference between revisions of "Amplifier noise"

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== [[Orange Book]] Entry ==
 
== [[Orange Book]] Entry ==
  
 
This can be of two kinds. White noise is random signal fluctuations whose power spectrum contains all frequencies equally over a specified bandwidth whereas in pink noise the frequencies diminish in a specified fashion over a specified range.
 
This can be of two kinds. White noise is random signal fluctuations whose power spectrum contains all frequencies equally over a specified bandwidth whereas in pink noise the frequencies diminish in a specified fashion over a specified range.
  
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[[Amplifier Bandwidth]]

Revision as of 05:30, 12 January 2005

DRAFT DEFINITION
Amplifier noise
This can be of two kinds. White noise is random signal fluctuations whose power spectrum contains all frequencies equally over a specified bandwidth whereas in pink noise the frequencies diminish in a specified fashion over a specified range.
Considered between 2004 and 2006 but not included in the 2006 PAC submission
This is an unofficial draft definition presented for information and comment.

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Orange Book Entry

This can be of two kinds. White noise is random signal fluctuations whose power spectrum contains all frequencies equally over a specified bandwidth whereas in pink noise the frequencies diminish in a specified fashion over a specified range.

Related Terms

Amplifier Bandwidth