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An efficient method for computer aided noise analysis of linear amplifier networks

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A method for computer aided noise analysis is presented which is based on a description of noise by means of correlation matrices. The method is a two-port analysis and it is, therefore, applicable to circuits which are composed of simple two-ports with known noise performance. The correlation matrix concept holds two main advantages over other methods of noise analysis. Partially correlated noise sources can be treated without any loss of efficiency and information concerning minimum noise figure and noise matching conditions is obtained.

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IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 4 )