Statistical characteristics of the Doppler photo current.

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The LDA signal is inherently random because 1) the photo emission process is random (all photodetectors are noisy) and 2) the scattering particles are randomly positioned in the fluid. Hence, an adequate description of the signal must usually be phrased in terms of statistical quantities which are discussed in this paper. (from paper)

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Photodetectors
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