Low Noise Audio Design

Document created by scottdell on May 23, 2016Last modified by scottdell on May 27, 2016
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Low noise audio design requires the careful selection of a) low noise components (including low noise resistors, capacitors and transistors), b) care in the design of the grounding system, and c) well designed low noise power supplies.  Put it together correctly and one can achieve -130dBm or less of system noise.  Do the job poorly, and you get -85dBm.  Orchid’s been there, succeeding in getting the noise down many times before… and we can do it for you too.

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