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66), where we have chosen τ,/τ,+1 « 10 and arrived at a nearly perfect slope of \lf. 10]. 19) needed for the generation of the flicker noise system. 19) must be used. 18]. , of power) with losses during defined time periods (cf. Fig. 7). 2 COLORED NOISES 11 1 10-1 \ io- 2 \ \ \ SM io- 3 — v 1η-4 io- 5 \ IO"1 1 10 102 ω in Kc 103 104 -120 S(0 _ 1 5 0 - -170 - -180 10 1-103 100 f(Hz) 1-104 MO 5 (b) Fig. 6 (a) Flicker phase noise generated by a set of several l// 2 noises. 14]. (b) The simulated slope \lf, with five Xlf1 noise characteristics providing the background set.
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