Electronics. See under shot effect.
noun, Electronics.
random fluctuations in the emission of electrons from a hot cathode, causing a hissing or sputtering sound (shot noise) in an audio amplifier and causing snow on a television screen.
the inherent electronic noise arising in an electric current because of the discontinuous nature of conduction by electrons Also called Schottky noise (ˈʃɒtkɪ)


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