Electronic Noise and Low Noise Design

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For designers of electronic circuits and systems, suggests that keeping noise reduction in mind from the very beginning of the design process is a good way to avoid expense and frustration down the road. Fish (electronic engineering, U. of Wales, Bangor) treats intrinsic noise and interference from external sources together, on the basis that the problems caused by both are similar, and that one must be kept in mind while dealing with the other. He explains successful techniques for the commonly encountered noise problems. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780070210042
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 11/1/1993
  • Pages: 278
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 0.91 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction 1
1.1 Definition 1
1.2 Noise categories 1
1.3 Effect of noise 2
1.4 Low noise design 4
2 Random Signals 6
2.2 Elements of probability 6
2.3 Random processes 16
2.4 The frequency domain 20
3 Noise Connected with Layout or Construction 31
3.2 Field-coupled noise 32
3.3 Conducted noise 51
3.4 Noise of non-electrical origin 61
4 Intrinsic Noise 72
4.2 Thermal noise 72
4.3 Shot noise 82
4.4 Low frequency (excess) noise 84
4.5 Burst (popcorn) noise 88
5 Noise Circuit Analysis 91
5.2 Networks 92
6 Noise Models 122
6.2 Resistor 122
6.3 Capacitor 123
6.4 Inductor 124
6.5 Transformer 124
6.6 Antenna 124
6.7 Semiconductor diode 126
6.8 Bipolar transistor 128
6.9 FET 140
7 Noise Performance Measurement 145
7.2 Noise level measurement 145
7.3 Noise figure measurement 163
7.4 Noise temperature measurement 176
7.5 Noise figure variation with source impedance, and noise parameters 176
7.6 Noise generators 178
7.7 Active devices 180
7.8 Very low frequency noise 184
7.9 Excess noise in resistors 184
7.10 Measurement tips 189
8 Computer Modelling 192
8.2 SPICE 193
9 Low Noise Design 210
9.2 Layout/construction (electromagnetic compatibility) 210
9.3 Intrinsic noise 243
Appendix A: Constants 254
Appendix B: Noise Model of Linear Two-port Network 255
Appendix C: Noise Descriptors 258
Appendix D: Dipole Fields 260
Exercises 264
Bibliography and Review Articles 269
Answers to Exercises 271
Index 273
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