The Enrico's Chart for Phase Noise and Two-Sample Variances
A two-page reference card which collects formula, sketches and relevant concepts about phase noise, frequency stability, Allan variance and similar variances.
If you use phase noise and Allan variance often, you may like having a laminated front/back sample on your desk.
Copyright Statement - September 28, 2022
The Enrico's Chart for Phase Noise and Two-Sample Variances, hereinafter called "Chart," is copyright Enrico Rubiola, ORCID 0000-0002-5364-1835, home page http://rubiola.org.
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Whoever is interested in distributing the Chart is kindly asked to do use the link to https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4399218, rather than distributing the PDF file.
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The `NC' and `ND' copyright attributions deserve a comment.
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In contrast, manufacturers of equipment for measurements in time and frequency are encouraged to distribute the Chart for free with their products.
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This work is partially funded by the Agence Nationale
de Recherche (ANR) Programme d'Investissement d'Avenir
under the following grants: ANR-11-EQPX-0033-OSC-IMP
(Oscillator IMP project) ANR-10-LABX-48-01 (FIRST-TF
network), and ANR-17-EURE-00002 (EIPHI); and by grants
from the Région Bourgogne Franche Comté intended to support