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Universal Structure of RC Oscillator and the Chaos Generation

Originální název

Universal Structure of RC Oscillator and the Chaos Generation

Anglický název

Universal Structure of RC Oscillator and the Chaos Generation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This contribution is about a general structure of autonomous RC oscillator from the viewpoint of possible generation of chaotic waveforms. It is shown that one universal analog circuit can directly represent several strange state space attractors, which are topologically distinct. The so-called dynamical systems of class C and class F have been used as the mathematical models. It is well known that these systems can exhibit strange behavior if the corresponding internal parameters are carefully chosen. The numerical integration and Pspice simulations of several examples serve as an experimental verification of individual circuit configurations in time domain.

Anglický abstrakt

This contribution is about a general structure of autonomous RC oscillator from the viewpoint of possible generation of chaotic waveforms. It is shown that one universal analog circuit can directly represent several strange state space attractors, which are topologically distinct. The so-called dynamical systems of class C and class F have been used as the mathematical models. It is well known that these systems can exhibit strange behavior if the corresponding internal parameters are carefully chosen. The numerical integration and Pspice simulations of several examples serve as an experimental verification of individual circuit configurations in time domain.

BibTex


@article{BUT43610,
  author="Jiří {Petržela} and Stanislav {Hanus}",
  title="Universal Structure of RC Oscillator and the Chaos Generation",
  annote="This contribution is about a general structure of autonomous RC oscillator from the viewpoint of possible generation of chaotic waveforms. It is shown that one universal analog circuit can directly represent several strange state space attractors, which are topologically distinct. The so-called dynamical systems of class C and class F have been used as the mathematical models. It is well known that these systems can exhibit strange behavior if the corresponding internal parameters are carefully chosen. The numerical integration and Pspice simulations of several examples serve as an experimental verification of individual circuit configurations in time domain.",
  chapter="43610",
  howpublished="print",
  journal="WSEAS Transactions on Circuits",
  number="1",
  volume="6",
  year="2006",
  month="december",
  pages="132--136",
  type="journal article - other"
}