Noise in VLSI circuits mean:
In VLSI circuits noise limits the minimum signal level that a circuit process with acceptable quality.
In probability Noise is described as :
Noise is a Random Process.
Noise generated by independent devices are:
Noise generated by independent devices are uncorrelated, eg: noise generated from resistor is not similar to noise generated from transistor.
The 2 types of noise that the analog systems face during signal processing are:
Device electronic noise and environmental noise affects signal processing of analog signals.
Thermal noise is generated from:
Thermal noise is due to random motion of electrons in a conductor.
Thermal noise is generated from MOSFET by:
Thermal noise is generated due to conduction of charge carriers in the channel.
Thermal noise current in the MOSFET is proportional to:
Noise current I^2 = 4kTygm
Flicker noise is found in MOSFET at:
The interface between Gate oxide and silicon substrate generates flicker noise.
Flicker noise originate due to:
Dangling bonds generate flicker noise.
The average power of flicker noise depends on:
Depending on the Cleanness of oxide silicon interface flicker noise varies.