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Electronic noise.

Andra s. Ambro zy

Electronic noise.

by Andra s. Ambro zy

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English


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  This book is devoted to the physics of electronic fluctuations (noise) in solids and covers almost all important examples of this phenomenon. It is comprehensive, intelligible and well illustrated. Emphasis is given to the main concepts, to physical mechanisms of fluctuations, and to conclusions on the nature and magnitude of noise. This book will be useful to graduate .   David Stubbs’s new book, Future Sounds: The Story of Electronic Music From Stockhausen to Skrillex, depicts the electrification of music as a radical project—even a happily destructive

are prepared for the material. More experienced people such as electronic technicians, digital engineers, and non-electronic engineers can start at Chapter 3 and read through Chapter 9. Senior electronic technicians, electronic engineers, and fledgling analog engi-neers can start anywhere they feel comfortable and read through Chapter 9. It is, perhaps, the most important mechanism of modulation noise, i.e., noise produced by random modulation of the resistance. Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Electromagnetic interference, Electronic noise, Shielding (Electricity), Electronics, Statistics, Microwaves, Engineering, Weights and measures Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Following in the line of Cary Wolfe’s MusicSoundNoise thread (), Trace Reddell’s LitMixer (), Mark Amerika’s Sounds of the Digital Intelligencia (), and Reddell’s subsequent Sonic Contents (), the present gathering from Robert Cashin Ryan further explores the noise of culture and productive capacity of sound.


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Sources Intermodulation noise Caused when signals of different frequencies share the same non-linear medium. "Electronic Noise and Interfering Signals" is a comprehensive reference book on noise and interference in electronic circuits, with particular focus on low-noise design.

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Written for both physics and electronic engineering graduates, it is ideal for researchers in noise phenomena and highly sensitive electronic devices.