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intrinsic noise : The intrinsic noise of any (electronic) system is the noise which is a function of the real part of the input impedance (Z) impedance and the temperature, i.e., noise which is inherent in the system itself, as opposed to being induced by any source external to the system or device. See Johnson noise.

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