Noise is a central topic in analog circuit design, directly affecting how much information can be extracted from a measurement as well as the economy in obtaining the required information. Unfortunately, there’s a large amount of confusion and misinformation regarding noise, which has the potential to cause underperformance, costly overdesign, and/or inefficiency of resources. This article addresses 11 of the most persistent myths about noise analysis in analog designs...
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