Noise – a word often met with dread for designers of sensitive electrical systems. Noise is generated by the random vibrations of conducting electrons, as well as holes that are present in the material, and its collective sum can disrupt communication signals. However, noise isn’t always a negative pest to designs. In fact, when it’s generated and sent through a particular system on purpose, noise can help designers better understand and measure the effects of real-world interference. This is where noise generators come in, which are devices that generate known amounts of noise. This whitepaper will thus help you learn about how is noise generated?
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