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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 39, Issue 5, pp 565–569 | Cite as

Suppression of excess noise in electromechanical transducers when there is an arbitrary external force

  • A. V. Guses
  • V. V. Kulagin
Radio Measurements
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Abstract

The problem of suppressing excess noise in modulator-demodulator type parametric electromechanical transducers is considered. An expression is obtained for the sensitivity of such systems for an arbitrary external force, and the structure of the optimal receiver is analyzed.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry External Force Excess Noise Optimal Receiver 
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  • A. V. Guses
  • V. V. Kulagin

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