A Formal presentation and comparative study of low-frequency noise reduction techniques for

M.Lam Chok Sing; Dolabdjian, C.; Gunther, C.; Bloyet, D.; Certenais, J.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p796
Academic Journal
Compares studies of existing low-frequency noise reduction techniques for direct-current superconducting quantum interference devices. Proposed presentation of the problems; Mathematical explanation of the principles of the noise reduction methods by Koch et al., Dossel et al. and Foglietti et al.; Noise reduction technique effects on the white noise level.


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