Learning to measure resistance noise demystifies the ubiquitous 1/f excess noise

@inproceedings{Izpura2019LearningTM,
  title={Learning to measure resistance noise demystifies the ubiquitous 1/f excess noise},
  author={Jos{\'e}-Ignacio Izpura},
  year={2019}
}
To study resistance noise (∆R) by a spectrum analyzer we must convert this noise into a noise voltage (∆V) at the reach of such generalized voltmeter. Whenever a current Iconv is set in a resistor to convert its resistance noise into noise voltage by Ohm’s Law: ∆V=∆R×Iconv, the converted noise thus obtained does not track ∆RTE (its resistance noise in Thermal Equilibrium, TE) but ∆R, that is: a resistance noise out of TE due to Iconv itself. Thus, backgating noises in the channel of resistors… CONTINUE READING

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