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Noise Analysis and Modeling

Noise Analysis and Modeling

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Prof. Tai-HaurKuo, EE, NCKU, Tainan City, Taiwan
  郭泰豪
, Analog IC Design, 2011
4-1
Noise Analysis and Modeling
Circuit noise1. interference noise2. inherent noiseInterference noise –result from interaction between circuit and outside world orbetween different parts of circuit itself. –examples :(i) power supply noise on ground wires.(ii) electromagnetic interference between wires. –can be reduced by careful circuit wiring or layoutInherent noise –refers to random noise signals that can be reduced butnever eliminated since this noise is due to fundamentalproperties of circuits.
 
Prof. Tai-HaurKuo, EE, NCKU, Tainan City, Taiwan
  郭泰豪
, Analog IC Design, 2011
4-2
Noise Analysis and Modeling (Cont.)
 –examples :thermal noise and flicker noise –only moderately affected by circuit wiring or layout, suchas using multiple contact to change resistance value of atransistor. However, inherent noise can be significantlyreduced through proper circuit design, such as changingthe circuit structure or increasing bias current.Only inherent noise will be discussed in the following
 
Prof. Tai-HaurKuo, EE, NCKU, Tainan City, Taiwan
  郭泰豪
, Analog IC Design, 2011
4-3
Time-Domain Analysis
Assumption : All noise signals have a mean value of zero.This assumption is valid in most physical systems.Root mean square(rms) voltage value is defined as –rms current is defined as –Typically, a longer T gives a more accurate rmsmeasurementNormalized noise power, p
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