Dictionary:Johnson noise

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Noise resulting from the random thermal energy of conduction electrons. Also called thermal noise. For an electrical element, the mean square voltage caused by Johnson noise is proportional to the absolute temperature K, the bandwidth B (in hertz), and the resistance R (in ohms):

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