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High-frequency floating memristor emulator and its experimental results

RANJAN, RK. SAGAR, S. RAUSHAN, S. KUMARI, B. RANI, N. KHATEB, F.

Original Title

High-frequency floating memristor emulator and its experimental results

English Title

High-frequency floating memristor emulator and its experimental results

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this study, a high-frequency floating-type memristor emulator has been presented. The proposed emulator circuit uses a current conveyor transconductance amplifier, second generation current conveyor, three resistors and a grounded capacitor. The presented floating-type memristor can be configured in both incremental and decremental configurations and performs well up to 5 MHz. The equivalent memristor equation is verified by theoretical analysis of the proposed circuit which also includes non-ideal analysis. The theoretical proposition has been verified through personal simulation program with integrated circuit emphasis simulations using TSMC 0.25 μm complementary metal oxide semiconductor technology parameters. Moreover, non-volatility and Monte Carlo simulation have been performed to check the robustness of the circuit. The effectiveness of the presented memristor emulator design has been verified by printed circuit board prototype using commonly available integrated circuits AD844 and CA3080. The experimental results are included, which show good agreement with the theoretical and simulation results. To test the functionalities of the proposed designs, their applications as parallel and serial combinations, high-pass filter and Chua's oscillator have been presented.

English abstract

In this study, a high-frequency floating-type memristor emulator has been presented. The proposed emulator circuit uses a current conveyor transconductance amplifier, second generation current conveyor, three resistors and a grounded capacitor. The presented floating-type memristor can be configured in both incremental and decremental configurations and performs well up to 5 MHz. The equivalent memristor equation is verified by theoretical analysis of the proposed circuit which also includes non-ideal analysis. The theoretical proposition has been verified through personal simulation program with integrated circuit emphasis simulations using TSMC 0.25 μm complementary metal oxide semiconductor technology parameters. Moreover, non-volatility and Monte Carlo simulation have been performed to check the robustness of the circuit. The effectiveness of the presented memristor emulator design has been verified by printed circuit board prototype using commonly available integrated circuits AD844 and CA3080. The experimental results are included, which show good agreement with the theoretical and simulation results. To test the functionalities of the proposed designs, their applications as parallel and serial combinations, high-pass filter and Chua's oscillator have been presented.

Keywords

Memristor emulator

Released

02.05.2019

Publisher

INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET

Location

ENGLAND

Pages from

292

Pages to

302

Pages count

11

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT150862,
  author="Fabian {Khateb}",
  title="High-frequency floating memristor emulator and its experimental results",
  annote="In this study, a high-frequency floating-type memristor emulator has been presented. The proposed emulator circuit uses a current conveyor transconductance amplifier, second generation current conveyor, three resistors and a grounded capacitor. The presented floating-type memristor can be configured in both incremental and decremental configurations and performs well up to 5 MHz. The equivalent memristor equation is verified by theoretical analysis of the proposed circuit which also includes non-ideal analysis. The theoretical proposition has been verified through personal simulation program with integrated circuit emphasis simulations using TSMC 0.25 μm complementary metal oxide semiconductor technology parameters. Moreover, non-volatility and Monte Carlo simulation have been performed to check the robustness of the circuit. The effectiveness of the presented memristor emulator design has been verified by printed circuit board prototype using commonly available integrated circuits AD844 and CA3080. The experimental results are included, which show good agreement with the theoretical and simulation results. To test the functionalities of the proposed designs, their applications as parallel and serial combinations, high-pass filter and Chua's oscillator have been presented.",
  address="INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET",
  chapter="150862",
  doi="10.1049/iet-cds.2018.5191",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET",
  number="3, IF: 1.277",
  volume="13",
  year="2019",
  month="may",
  pages="292--302",
  publisher="INST ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY-IET",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}