A low-noise wide-band transimpedance amplifier for current noise spectra measurements

De Geronimo, G.; Bertuccio, G.; Longoni, A.
July 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul96, Vol. 67 Issue 7, p2643
Academic Journal
Presents a low-noise wide-band transimpedance amplifier designed to measure the spectral noise densities of currents in submicroamplere range. Design of the feedback transimpedance amplifier; Description of the design criteria and experimental tests.


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