This comprehensive, well-illustrated book covers almost all important examples of the physics of electronic fluctuations (noise) in solids. Written for both physics and electronic engineering graduates, it is ideal for researchers in noise phenomena and highly sensitive electronic devices.
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"...a well-written advanced text on the physics of noise and fluctuations....most suitable for research physicists or electrical engineers." Science Books & FilmsReseña del editor:
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, supported by many fundamental experiments which have become classics, to physical mechanisms of fluctuations, and to conclusions on the nature and magnitude of noise. The book also includes a comprehensive and complete review of flicker (1/f) noise in the literature. It will be useful to graduate students and researchers in physics and electronic engineering, and especially those carrying out research in the fields of noise phenomena and highly sensitive electronic devices, for example radiation detectors, electronic devices for low-noise amplifiers and quantum magnetometers (SQUIDS).
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