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Properties of a simple noise-sequence generator

Properties of a simple noise-sequence generator

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A simple digital circuit, the sequentially masked m̅-sequence generator, has been investigated as a source of noise. Analytical results are presented for the statistics of pulses (runs of 1) and the principal experimental results are presented for the statistics of gaps (runs of 0).

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