Until now, all existing theories failed to explain peaks in the power noise spectra. Here we focus on the role of correlation among avalanches as the main source of the noise peaks observed. The present theory is based on first principles statistics of elementary events clustered in time-amplitude correlated avalanches. A noise spectral power master equation suitable to explain any peaked noise spectra is analytically achieved. Excellent agreement with our noise experiments in superconductors and with recent experiments in Escherichia coli, in single DNA molecule, and in single electron tunneling is reported

Crackling noise peaks as signature of avalanche correlation

CELASCO, EDVIGE;CELASCO, MARCELLO;EGGENHOFFNER, ROBERTO
2007-01-01

Abstract

Until now, all existing theories failed to explain peaks in the power noise spectra. Here we focus on the role of correlation among avalanches as the main source of the noise peaks observed. The present theory is based on first principles statistics of elementary events clustered in time-amplitude correlated avalanches. A noise spectral power master equation suitable to explain any peaked noise spectra is analytically achieved. Excellent agreement with our noise experiments in superconductors and with recent experiments in Escherichia coli, in single DNA molecule, and in single electron tunneling is reported
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