current noise

current noise

[′kər·ənt ‚noiz]
(electronics)
Electrical noise of uncertain origin which is observed in certain resistances when a direct current is present, and which increases with the square of this current.
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Chief information officer Alistair Wyse added: "Most of the current noise around AI is marketing hype of vanity features.
The SiC inverter prototype reduced common mode current noise by as much as 8 dB in the FM radio frequency band of 70-100 MHz compared with the conventional inverter.
The current noise monitoring system which is to be renewed used.
Theoretically, the current noise has been regarded as an important topic in mesoscopic physics and a lot of theoretical work has been done since early 1990's.
The advantage of the method is that it enables more accurate determination of the noise level in complex textured images and images containing spatially variant noise, to which current noise level estimation algorithms are generally difficult to apply.
The current noise level around it is not good for Nike or the IAAF.
The new QImaging QI674, QI695 and QI825 cameras offer efficient CCD sensor technology, full flexibility over image readout patterns and signal binning along with deep cooling that virtually eliminates dark current noise.
Therefore, the main noise sources in OTDR optical receivers are feedback resistor noise, avalanche photodiode dark current noise (multiplied and non-multiplied), and input transistor channel thermal and flicker noise [6].
The electrochemical potential and current noise were measured simultaneously by connecting two coated panels and Ag/AgCl reference electrode to the ECN port of the Autolab PGSTAT12.
5 pA/[square root Hz] (typ) current noise spectral noise density puts this in-amp in rare company.
Most current noise prediction solutions require the model to be input in 2D which may result in lower quality input data.
6 dB (compared to the current noise levels) in three phases split over a period of 15 years.
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