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Circuit theory of linear noisy networks
Hermann A. Haus
by Technology Press of M.I.T., Wiley and Chapman and Hall in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Hermann A. Haus, Richard B. Adler.|
|Contributions||Adler, Richard B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||79|
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The other was the recognition that matrix algebra and a proper eigenvalue formulation would be required in order to achieve a general theory without becoming hopelessly involved in algebraic detail.
Essentially by trial and error, guided by some power-gain theorems in active circuit theory, we first found a few invariants of noisy by: Circuit Theory of Linear Noisy Networks Book Abstract: Excerpt from the Preface The principal motivation for this work arose from the obvious desirability of finding a single quantity, a tag so to speak, to describe the noise performance of a two-terminal-pair amplifier.
Circuit Theory of Linear Noisy Networks Paperback – February 7, by Hermann A Haus (Author), Richard B Adler (Author)Author: Hermann A Haus, Richard B Adler. The other was the recognition that matrix algebra and a proper eigenvalue formulation would be required in order to achieve a general theory without becoming hopelessly involved in algebraic ially by trial and error, guided by some power-gain theorems in active circuit theory, we first found a few invariants of noisy networks.
Circuit Theory of Linear Noisy Networks (Technology Press Research Monographs) Hermann A. Haus, Richard B. Adler Excerpt from the Preface The principal motivation for this work arose from the obvious desirability of finding a single quantity, a tag so to speak, to describe the noise performance of a two-terminal-pair amplifier.
Circuit theory of linear noisy networks by Haus, Hermann A; Adler, Richard B. Publication date Topics Electronic circuits, Amplifiers (Electronics), Noise Publisher [Cambridge] Technology Press of Massachusetts Institute of Technology Collection This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.
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A linear two-terminal network can be represented by its Thevenin Equivalent Thevenin Theorem: oIf all elements inside a two-terminal network are linear, the iv equation of the two-terminal network would be linear: Av + B i + C = 0 oA linear two-terminal network can be modeled with two ideal circuit theory elements (v T = − C/A, R T = − B/A)File Size: 1MB.
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