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Periodic Material Structures Tested by the Noise Spectroscopy Method

FIALA, P. SEGIŇÁK, J. MIKULKA, J. NEŠPOR, D. SZABÓ, Z. MARCOŇ, P. DREXLER, P.

Original Title

Periodic Material Structures Tested by the Noise Spectroscopy Method

English Title

Periodic Material Structures Tested by the Noise Spectroscopy Method

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

The authors discuss the testing of periodic materials and structures via noise spectroscopy as an alternative to frequency sweep spectral analyzers, and the presented procedure employs the various advantages offered by a wide spectrum signal a Generally, noise spectroscopy tests are carried out to verify the behaviour of the response of periodic structures, and the related objective consists in recording the properties of microscopic structures in natural and artificial materials. The aim is to propose and verify a high-precision metrological method utilizable for the investigation of structures and materials in the frequency range between 100 MHz and 10 GHz; this paper therefore characterizes the design of a suitable measuring technique based on noise spectroscopy. In this context, the applied equipment is also shown to complement the underlying theoretical analysis.

English abstract

The authors discuss the testing of periodic materials and structures via noise spectroscopy as an alternative to frequency sweep spectral analyzers, and the presented procedure employs the various advantages offered by a wide spectrum signal a Generally, noise spectroscopy tests are carried out to verify the behaviour of the response of periodic structures, and the related objective consists in recording the properties of microscopic structures in natural and artificial materials. The aim is to propose and verify a high-precision metrological method utilizable for the investigation of structures and materials in the frequency range between 100 MHz and 10 GHz; this paper therefore characterizes the design of a suitable measuring technique based on noise spectroscopy. In this context, the applied equipment is also shown to complement the underlying theoretical analysis.

Keywords

Periodic structures; noise; noise spectroscopy; nanomaterials; microscopic structures.

RIV year

2015

Released

21.12.2015

Publisher

Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

ISBN

0946-7076

Periodical

Microsystem Technologies

Year of study

2016

Number

2

State

DE

Pages from

1

Pages to

23

Pages count

23

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT119511,
  author="Pavel {Fiala} and Ján {Segiňák} and Jan {Mikulka} and Dušan {Nešpor} and Zoltán {Szabó} and Petr {Marcoň} and Petr {Drexler}",
  title="Periodic Material Structures Tested by the Noise Spectroscopy Method",
  annote="The authors discuss the testing of periodic materials and structures via noise spectroscopy as an alternative to frequency sweep spectral analyzers, and the presented procedure employs the various advantages offered by a wide spectrum
signal a Generally, noise spectroscopy tests are carried out to verify the behaviour of the response of periodic structures, and the related objective consists in recording the properties of microscopic structures in natural and artificial materials. The aim is to propose and verify a high-precision metrological method utilizable for the investigation of structures and materials in the frequency range between 100 MHz and 10 GHz; this paper therefore characterizes the design of a suitable measuring technique based on noise spectroscopy. In this context, the applied equipment is also shown to complement the underlying theoretical analysis.",
  address="Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg",
  chapter="119511",
  doi="10.1007/s00542-015-2774-2",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg",
  number="2",
  volume="2016",
  year="2015",
  month="december",
  pages="1--23",
  publisher="Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}