Charge-transport statistics in quantum conductors
Levitov L. S., Lesovik G. B.
The noise in a quantum resistor at Τ = 0 is described statistically over a long time interval τν — fife V. The correlation functions of all orders are found. The distribution function of the transmitted charge is also found. The noise is determined by negative current pulses with a length shorter than rv. They carry a charge which is a multiple of e* = le^D, where D is the transparency. The statistics of the pulses is binomial. This result corresponds to the probability distribution which arises as the result of a steady-state Bernoulli random process.