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How to build a 12-16 kHz noise generator?

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hi all,

i want to build a circuit to generate noise in the band from 12 to 16 khz i want to couple this noise on a wire how can i build such circuit by the way i don't care about the properties of the generated noise all i want is to couple this noise to the wire wirless i.e. to induce the noise in the wire
 

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Re: noise generator

Any zener diode will exhibit broadband shot noise at its breakdown voltage. You AC couple it, and then amplify it (since it is pretty small).
 

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noise generator

usually the term noise means white, gaussian distribution. But your question sound as different meaning. Do you ask for white, gaussian noise or for randomatic sparks discharge?
 

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