Noise Figure and Noise Voltage

Description:Given system temperature (in Kelvins), the first program calculates the noise figure (in Decibels), which describes the noise performance of an amplifier. The noise figure is described as the difference between the noise output of an actual receiver to an ideal, noiseless receiver. A noiseless receiver is said to have a resistor operating at room temperature, 290 K (about 16.85°C or 62.33°F). The lower the noise figure, the better. Given the noise bandwidth (in Hertz) and the resistance (in Ω), the second program calculates the open-circuit voltage (in RMS volts).
Author:Eddie W. Shore:
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Primary category:Science
File date:2019-01-20 12:01:48
Creation date:2019-01-04
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Version history:2019-01-20: Added to site
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