shot noise

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shot noise


shot effect

(Electronics) the inherent electronic noise arising in an electric current because of the discontinuous nature of conduction by electrons. Also called: Schottky noise
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The KID is a relatively new and potentially game-changing superconducting detector technology which can provide photon noise limited sensitivity over the entire mm-FIR wavelength range.
Poisson noise is also known as short or photon noise.
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Furthermore, we can compute a theoretical error for this estimate, based on camera gain, readout noise and photon noise considerations.

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