Issue 4 • December 1958
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The relationship between nonlinearity and current noise in carbon resistors is investigated. Results are given for seven different groups of resistors, and they show that there is a correlation between the nonlinearity of a resistor and its current noise: in general, noisy resistors are more nonlinear than quiet ones. The character of the relationship varies considerably among the types tested, an... View full abstract»
Dissipation of leakage power in the surface film of water on an insulator at high humidity is thought to cause the observed improvement in surface resistance by elevating the temperature and evaporating part of the water. Surface resistance of a printed circuit test pattern varied from 0.3 to over 3000 megohms in response to the magnitude of electrical potential applied (5 to 400 volts) and the cl... View full abstract»
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This Transaction ceased production in 1962. The current publication is titled IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology.