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From: "Phil Allison"
Subject: Re: Audio noise in diff amps
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Date: Thu, 19 Dec 2002 21:09:40 +1100
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"Don Pearce" wrote in message
> On Thu, 19 Dec 2002 12:20:34 +1100, "Phil Allison"
> > ** There was ***NO*** error you flaming pompous RF engineer
> > The figure was a voltage ie 2.4 uV. When referenced to 0.775
> >volts the answer in dBs as I stated.
> > OTOH you posted two glaring math errors while atempting to
> >contradict my figures and you refuse to acknowlegde them.
> >1. The missing factor of 2 in the Vn formula you used to refute my
> >2. Posting a "rt Hz" figure to refute my audio band one and then
> >denying what was there for all to see in my post.
> >................... Phil
> Still lying, Phil?
** Keep this crap up Mr Pearce and you will be sorry.
You gave the answer in dBm, not dBs (as you clearly
> DIDN'T state).
** For the *LAST* time, the term "dBm" was used by the OP so I
followed his cue.
It refers to a popular reference signal level in audio of 0.775
And why not reference it to a picovolt rather than
> 0.775 volts - you would instantly have a power station, and you could
> sell all this free energy you have invented. Such incompetence should
> be rewarded with hard cash.
** Such silly straw men do you no credit but make you look more and
more desperate Mr Pearce.
BTW Have you found the correct formula for resistor voltage noise
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