I am pleased to introduce the “List of Noise (Noise Voltage, Noise Power, Noise Figure, Noise Measurement) Problem Solving with Solutions.” This is a comprehensive resource that has been meticulously curated to assist electronics engineering enthusiasts in understanding the intricate world of noise in electronic systems.

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This resource includes a diverse range of noise-related problems that have been crafted to cover all aspects of noise in electronic communication systems. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced engineer, this list will provide you with a deep understanding of noise phenomena. Each problem in the list is accompanied by detailed solutions, offering invaluable insights into the concepts and fostering a deeper understanding of the topic.

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- Solution: What is the amplifier noise figure?
- Solution: Calculate the output power in dBm
- Solution: Determine the noise power in dBm for an equivalent noise bandwidth
- Solution: Find its equivalent noise temperature
- Solution: Determine the shot noise for a diode with a forward bias of 1.40 mA
- Solution: Calculate the power output
- Solution: Determine the noise figure of the transistor
- Solution: Determine the noise figure of the transistor
- Solution: Its noise figure in decibels is
- Solution: Calculate their combined thermal noise voltage for a 10 KHz bandwidth
- Solution: Calculate the maximum noise figure (in dB) that the first stage can have
- Solution: Find the power produced at the load (RL = 500 ohms)
- Solution: Convert the reading into pWp
- Solution: The signal to noise ratio therefore is
- Solution: The thermal noise voltage for the two resistor connected in parallel
- Solution: Calculate the output rms noise
- Solution: What is the receiverโs noise temperature?
- Solution: What is the noise figure?
- Solution: Convert noise factor of 4.02 to equivalent noise temperature
- Solution: Calculate the equivalent noise resistance for this television receiver
- Solution: What does the meter read now?
- Solution: What is the rms noise voltage (ยตV) at the input to this amplifier
- Solution: What is the RMS noise voltage at the input to this amplifier
- Solution: The meter reading is -59 dBm. This is ______ dBa0
- Solution: Calculate the receiverโs noise figure in decibels
- Solution: What power ratio corresponds to this loss
- Solution: A gain of 60 dB is the same as a gain of
- Solution: A current change that is equal to twice its original value
- Solution: Determine the open circuit noise current in 1 Hz of bandwidth
- Solution: Determine the noise current for a diode
- Solution: Calculate the rms voltage if the amplifier is operating at 27ยฐC
- Solution: What is the equivalent output of a circuit in dBm
- Solution: What is the equivalent reading in dBaO
- Solution: Reading a 58 dBrnC on your Western Electric 3A test set at a +7 test point
- Solution: The noise voltage generated by 5 kโฆ resistor
- Solution: A reading of -50 dBm on the disturbing pair, and -80 on the disturbed pair
- Solution: Reading a 58 dBrn, at a +7 test point is equal to ________ dBa0
- Solution: Calculate for a bandwidth equal to 100 kHz, the thermal noise voltage
- Solution: What is the over all noise figure
- Solution: What will be the value of the noise figure of the system?
- Solution: Calculate the noise floor in dBm
- Solution: Calculate the equivalent noise voltage and power contributed by two resistors
- Solution: Determine the total noise voltage over a bandwidth of 120 kHz
- Solution: Calculate the output noise voltage if the amplifier has a 5-dB NF

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