Thermal Noise (Johnson-Nyquist Noise)

Description:Calculates the RMS (root-mean-square) voltage of a resistor at a certain temperature. Thermal noise, also known as Johnson-Nyquist Noise is generated when the resistor has a temperature above absolute zero. It also calculates the noise power in decibels.
Author:Eddie W. Shore:
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Primary category:Science
File date:2015-08-23 21:34:24
Source code:Included
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Version history:2015-08-23: Added to site
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