Publication detail

Chaotic behaviour of sigma-delta modulators.

BRZOBOHATÝ, J. - BRICH,T.

Original Title

Chaotic behaviour of sigma-delta modulators.

English Title

Chaotic behaviour of sigma-delta modulators.

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The paper deals with sigma-delta modulators and with their chaotic behaviour. The presence of chaos is usually considered to be undesirable, it can be put to good use in modulators. It is showed that chaos can be used to destabilize undesirable limit cycles which in audio applications manifest as objectionable tones. It was found that the amount of chaos introduced in the modulator must be sufficient to adequately destabilize troublesome limit cycles, yet be small enough to ensure proper operation of the modulator.

English abstract

The paper deals with sigma-delta modulators and with their chaotic behaviour. The presence of chaos is usually considered to be undesirable, it can be put to good use in modulators. It is showed that chaos can be used to destabilize undesirable limit cycles which in audio applications manifest as objectionable tones. It was found that the amount of chaos introduced in the modulator must be sufficient to adequately destabilize troublesome limit cycles, yet be small enough to ensure proper operation of the modulator.

Keywords

Sigma-delta modulators, chaos, audio applications, limit cycle

RIV year

2005

Released

23.09.2005

Publisher

Nakl. Novotný

Location

Brno

ISBN

80-214-3042-7

Book

Socrates Workshop. Proceedings

Pages from

102

Pages to

111

Pages count

10

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT20659,
  author="Jaromír {Brzobohatý} and Tomáš {Brich}",
  title="Chaotic behaviour of sigma-delta modulators.",
  annote="The paper deals with sigma-delta modulators and with their chaotic behaviour. The presence of chaos is usually considered to be undesirable, it can be put to good use in   modulators. It is showed that chaos can be used to destabilize undesirable limit cycles which in audio applications manifest as objectionable tones. It was found that the amount of chaos introduced in the modulator must be sufficient to adequately destabilize troublesome limit cycles, yet be small enough to ensure proper operation of the modulator.",
  address="Nakl. Novotný",
  booktitle="Socrates Workshop. Proceedings",
  chapter="20659",
  institution="Nakl. Novotný",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="102",
  publisher="Nakl. Novotný",
  type="conference paper"
}