partition noise

partition noise

[pär′tish·ən ‚nȯiz]
(electronics)
Noise that arises in an electron tube when the electron beam is divided between two or more electrodes, as between screen grid and anode in a pentode.
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Finally, multimode Fabry-Perot lasers contribute mode partition noise.
The easiest way to eliminate mode partition noise is to use a DFB that has only one spectral line, and hence, no mode hopping.
For FP lasers, the following term is added to Equation 4 to include mode partition noise