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Entry  Thu Feb 18 14:06:56 2021, aaron, Noise Hunting, PSOMA, ITC 502 current noise IMG_0017.PNGIMG_0018.PNGIMG_0019.PNG2DBAD4BD-C058-42FB-903F-98128E99F789.jpeg
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Message ID: 2656     Entry time: Fri Feb 19 09:39:35 2021     In reply to: 2653
Author: rana 
Type: Noise Hunting 
Category: PSOMA 
Subject: ITC 502 current noise 

How about rack mounting the moku somehow? We can also then connect it to an ethernet cable so that it can have its freedom to talk to its Moku siblings all over the world.

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In the theme for the week, I caught my leg on a BNC cable and dropped the Moku from benchtop height indecision. Tried to convince myself nothing broke by measuring white noise from an SRS function generator, and comparing the LD driver current noise spectrum to that measured by HP 8560E. There's a spurious peak (floating inputs) on ch 1 at 356 MHz (attachment 1), though this is not the first time I've noticed something similar. Still, it's troubling; when I send the current noise from SR560 to either channel of Moku, the peak remains in the signal-carrying channel, even though the signal is well above the noise floor.

 

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