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Noise Measurements of Composition Resistors; Part II. Characteristics and Comparison of Resistors

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A description of the noise generated in composition resistors due to direct-current flow is given, based on measurements of mean-square values of voltage fluctuations. Various commercial resistors including some film types have been measured in a study of the relationships between "current-noise" and several parameters such as dc current and voltage, dc power, resistance, duration of current flow, power rating, etc. A description of the measuring equipment and details of experiments and data analyses are also included.

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IRE Transactions on Component Parts  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 1 )