The biggest problem with precision noise measurement is that the noise floor you’re trying to evaluate is frequently below the sensitivity of your measuring instruments. The dominant technique for gaging precision op-amp noise is to calculate it from your measurements. A “post-amp” fixture elevates the op-amp noise so it becomes visible with common bench instruments...
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