circuit noise

circuit noise

[′sər·kət ‚nȯiz]
(communications)
In telephone practice, the noise which is brought to the receiver electrically from a telephone system, excluding noise picked up acoustically by telephone transmitters.
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In high resolution modulator design, circuit noise must be carefully treated.
In the LTV model, Phase and Amplitude Impulse Sensitivity Functions (P-ISF and A-ISF respectively) are defined which relate circuit noise sources to the output phase and amplitude noises respectively.
With old-style analog hearing aids, soft sound amplification is difficult to achieve due to problems with stability, feedback, and circuit noise within the hearing aid.
It can be modified to include a shunt resistor and metal oxide varistor to protect against circuit noise and transient voltage spikes in critical monitoring and harsh environment applications.
These closed form expressions were based on the equivalent underlying circuit noise parameters obtained from the individual IC components.
Field effect technology essentially eliminates false positives induced by low-level circuit noise.
The test set stores and dials up to 10 individual numbers for active line testing, and can be ordered in either C-message weighting, or psophometric filter versions for circuit noise measurements, depending on local requirements.
And as long as the circuit noise is close to, or less than, the ambient electric field noise received, the S/|N.sub.out~ cannot be significantly improved upon by using a longer antenna element.
The purpose of this paper is to analyze the circuit noise and suggest design criteria for the loop filter in order to minimize it.
A Colpitts (emitter follower) oscillator configuration minimized the effects of circuit noise. The low close-in flicker noise (1/f) of the oscillator is particularly important.
The result is that a small error in measurement due to circuit noise at frequencies near the switch-over point to the next diode triple set translates into a noticeable error in the determination of the DUT's scattering matrix.