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Page x - Department of Pure and Applied Physics The Queen's University of Belfast Belfast BT7 INN, Northern Ireland ABSTRACT An ultrafast streak camera for vacuum UV to X-ray radiation is described.
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Page 601 - on" time of an electronic switch, during which the signal and noise voltage is fed directly into an integrator. 3y ic^ipling successive intervals and averaging, it is possible to reduce the noisevoltage fluctuation observed at the integrator output without affecting the signal level. Quantitatively, the noise -voltage fluctuations are reduced by where N is the number of observations made during the measurement.