standard noise temperature

standard noise temperature

[′stan·dərd ′nȯiz ‚tem·prə·chər]
(electronics)
The standard reference temperature for noise measurements, equal to 290 K.
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k =the Boltzmann constant [T.sub.o] = the standard noise temperature (300 [degrees] K) B = the measuring bandwidth [f.sub.o] = the oscillation frequency [f.sub.m] = the modulation frequency (offset from carrier) [[Delta]f.sub.RMS] = the RMS frequency deviation

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