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Theory of Magnetic Effects on the Noise in Germanium Filament, Bell Telephone Systems Technical Publications, Monograph 2123. H. Suhl.

Theory of Magnetic Effects on the Noise in Germanium Filament, Bell Telephone Systems Technical Publications, Monograph 2123.

Bell Telephone Systems, 1953, orig. published The Bell System Technical Journal, vol 32, May 1953; separate offprint, Monograph 2123, 8.5x11 large size, pp 1-18.
Condition: Very Good, 8.5x11 light gray and blue stiff paper covers, 3-hole-punched at margin, faded along staples and front cover spine, light shelfwear, crease to lower front cover corner. Stapled binding is tight, pages clean and unmarked. Has printed notation at lower front corner, Compliments of, Northern Electric Company Limited.
Price: $10.00
Item no. M907
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A magnetic field will influence the current noise in a germanium filament. This fact bears out the hypothesis that at last part of the noise arises from minority carriers emitted in random bursts and recombining at the surfaces. A quantitative theory of this effect is given (from the abstract on the first page).