Shot Noise in Mesoscopic Systems

@article{Jong1997ShotNI,
  title={Shot Noise in Mesoscopic Systems},
  author={M. D. Jong and C. Beenakker},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={1997},
  pages={225-258}
}
This is a review of shot noise, the time-dependent fluctuations in the electrical current due to the discreteness of the electron charge, in small conductors. The shot-noise power can be smaller than that of a Poisson process as a result of correlations in the electron transmission imposed by the Pauli principle. This suppression takes on simple universal values in a symmetric double-barrier junction (suppression factor 1/2), a disordered metal (factor 1/3), and a chaotic cavity (factor 1/4… Expand
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