[sdiy] Uniformly distributed noise generator?

Ian Fritz ijfritz at comcast.net
Mon Jun 10 22:39:10 CEST 2013

Oh my goodness!  This is elementary. See for example the popular 1968 
article by Baxandall:



At 01:23 PM 6/10/2013, Steven Cook wrote:
>I hope you get an opportunity to carry out that experiment, I'd be very 
>interested to know the results.
>Steven Cook.
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>To: "Steven Cook" <stevenpaulcook at tiscali.co.uk>
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>Subject: Re: [sdiy] Uniformly distributed noise generator?
>>Hi Steven,
>>On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 6:00 PM, Steven Cook
>><stevenpaulcook at tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
>>>Are you saying that analogue (noisy transistor junction) 'white noise' has a
>>>Gaussian amplitude distribution?
>>That's what I believe - but it's unsubstantiated ATM. I've never done
>>the test. I would make a specific test if I wanted to check. One could
>>record some transistor junction white noise and perform statistical
>>analysis in Matlab..
>>Unfortunately I currently don't have a transistor-junction noise
>>source that I could record (I might in about a month or so).
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