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How to eleminate flicker noise and burst noise in dc devices regd

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I am working on 24 v dc device. And i need to eleminate flicker noise and burst noise.. any suggestions???

Well, am expecting a general solution to start working.. And i will tell u more info during process.. Fr nw, i expect u to tell me the ways u handled.

... Fr nw, i expect u ...

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Also, if you really expect help, you must give a clear description of the problem. "A 24V device with flicker and burst noise" is so vague as to be useless.


i don't know your circuit, but i know two ways to eliminate flicker noise, for Switched circuits you can use a technique called auto zeroing, and i guess this is not the case, so i suggest to learn about a technique called: Chopping, it transfer the flicker noise spectrum to high frequency, you can choose your chopping frequency to be more that your corner noise ...hope it gives you a hint,
Karim Hany

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