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Quantum shot-noise and the fluctuation dissipation theorem
Classically, shot noise observed in the signal generated by a laser incident on a photodiode is explained as being due to the quantization of light into photons, giving rise to a Poisson process. In ...
Feb 20 '11 at 23:30
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