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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 48, Issue 12, pp 1217–1221 | Cite as

Features of the analysis of low-frequency noise by the discrete fourier transformation method

  • S. A. Kostryukov
  • T. A. Kholomina
Radio Measurements
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Abstract

The choice of the optimum weighting function of the window for the mathematical processing of low-frequency noise experimental research data is discussed. Experimental low-frequency noise spectra are obtained using automated equipment.

Key words

low-frequency noise automated experimental equipment weighting function 

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  • S. A. Kostryukov
  • T. A. Kholomina

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