## Theoretical and Practical Limits of Measurement Accuracy: 2nd Symposium of the IMEKO Technical Committee on Metrology--TC8 : Proceedings |

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Yugoslavia Introduction. Although the word noise means any unwanted signal,

and usually electronic noise is the technical term for inherent fluctuations in

active ...

**PSEUDONOISE**IN LOW LEVEL DC AND VLF MEASUREMENTS by I. SoStarecYugoslavia Introduction. Although the word noise means any unwanted signal,

and usually electronic noise is the technical term for inherent fluctuations in

active ...

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We must therefore pay prime attention to the

leads. It is advisable to keep the thermal gradients in an amplifier low and

constant. As there is a distinct dissipation in every amplifier, the temperature field

will ...

We must therefore pay prime attention to the

**pseudonoise**which originate at theleads. It is advisable to keep the thermal gradients in an amplifier low and

constant. As there is a distinct dissipation in every amplifier, the temperature field

will ...

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There is a great number of physical quantities (about 1800) which are measured

by the mankind. Many of them can act as enviromental factors causing

inherent ...

There is a great number of physical quantities (about 1800) which are measured

by the mankind. Many of them can act as enviromental factors causing

**pseudonoise**. The advance of technology brought devices with a less content ofinherent ...

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