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1/fand 1/Δf noise produced by a radio-frequency current in a carbon resistor

1/fand 1/Δf noise produced by a radio-frequency current in a carbon resistor

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The 1/f noise observed in carbon resistors under a.c. bias is found to have different properties from, and is not coherent with, the resistance fluctuations producing the 1/Δf noise. Some thermal origin is suggested.

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