Noise in the Coulomb blockade electrometer

Zimmerli, G.; Eiles, T.M.
July 1992
Applied Physics Letters;7/13/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p237
Academic Journal
Measures the noise of a Coulomb blockade electrometer. Derivation of the energy sensitivity of the noise; Measurement of the theoretical noise floor; Influence of the stochastic occupation of the charge traps on the formation of the 1/f noise.


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