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NENavy Evaluation
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NEOccupation Special Delivery (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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5 ratio is theoretically favourable to achieve high performance regarding the noise equivalent magnetic induction.
1/2] input voltage noise corresponds to a noise equivalent power (NEP) of 40 pW/[Hz.
Measured noise parameters of the devices include not only noise parameters of the intrinsic noise equivalent circuit, but also noise parameters of other elements such as probe pads and interconnections.
Simulations have validated noise equivalent differential temperatures up to eight times better than with conventional designs.
The probe has a low noise equivalent of < 6 mA rms at full bandwidth and presents minimal disturbance to circuit conditions due to its low insertion impedance and stray capacitance.
4] In order to achieve this requirement, a noise equivalent photocurrent of 0.
At any common ambient temperature, the solid-state noise source generates a precise amount of electrical conducted noise equivalent to the thermal noise from a resistor with the physical temperature |T.
An additional flicker frequency component is added to the noise equivalent circuit, as shown in Figure 6.