Presentation 2000/4/18
1/f Noise and Tunnel Resonance by Interaction Coulomb Force between Electrons
Masanobu BAN,
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Abstract(in English) 1/f Noise, that amplitude of the wave was in inverse proportion to frequency value of alter-nating current, might appear when an electric current flowed through the vacuum tube. The reason of the noise was the resonance which interacted between electrons. Electrons were at constant positions that opened an interval and had lined up. These electrons made Kronig Penny's potential barriers. And there were another electrons flowing to the anode at same time. I consider the 1/f noise rose up by tonnnel resonance because these two kinds of electrons gave influence mutually.
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Keyword(in English) 1/f noise / spectral density / soliton / interaction / transition probability / electron / tunnel effect
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Title (in English) 1/f Noise and Tunnel Resonance by Interaction Coulomb Force between Electrons
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Keyword(1) 1/f noise
Keyword(2) spectral density
Keyword(3) soliton
Keyword(4) interaction
Keyword(5) transition probability
Keyword(6) electron
Keyword(7) tunnel effect
1st Author's Name Masanobu BAN
1st Author's Affiliation Tokyo Metropolitan Southern District Small and Medium-sized Business Promotion Center()
Date 2000/4/18
Paper # EMCJ2000-1
Volume (vol) vol.100
Number (no) 8
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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