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Generation-Recombination Noise

noise related to generation-recombination
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Generation-recombination noise is caused by fluctuations in the number of carriers due to the existence of generation-recombination centers. Variation in the number of carriers leads to changes in device conductance. This type of noise is a function of both temperature and biasing conditions.


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