Dealing with noise can be a challenge



Learn ways to identify and manage external noise

External noise introduces error into
instrument setups. A practical approach to understanding the function of external noise ensures the best practice for noise mitigation, enabling the lowest possible noise levels for an experiment.

This guide provides an overview of the critical factors to consider when dealing with external noise, including:

  • Defining external noise vs. intrinsic noise
  • Going over experimental and measurement uncertainty error
  • Examining different types of coupling
  • Identifying major sources of external noise
  • Introducing mitigation strategies

Being able to identify and mitigate external noise will ensure your measurements have the highest possible certainty.