The small signal response and thermal noise spectra in miniband superlattice are investigated. The properties of hot electron differential mobility, velocity fluctuation, and noise temperature are determined around a stationary condition. The field and frequency dependent drift velocity, electron energy, effective mass, and electron temperature are obtained. At low frequencies, noise temperature increases rapidly with the electric field. Our calculated noise temperatures for miniband superlattice are in good agreement with the experimental results, with the sample thickness estimated to be around 4 um.