A semi-systematic procedure for producing chaos from sinusoidal oscillators using diode-inductor and FET-capacitor composites
Elwakil, Ahmed S.
Kennedy, Michael Peter
A design procedure for producing chaos is proposed. The procedure aims to transfer design issues of analog autonomous chaotic oscillators from the nonlinear domain back to the much simpler linear domain by intentionally modifying sinusoidal oscillator circuits in a semisystematic manner. Design rules that simplify this procedure are developed and then two composite devices, namely, a diode-inductor composite and a FET-capacitor composite are suggested for carrying out the modification procedure. Applications to the classical Wien-bridge oscillator are demonstrated. Experimental results, PSpice simulations, and numerical simulations of the derived models are included
Chaos , Nonlinear dynamics
Elwakil, A.S., Kennedy, M.P., 2000. A semi-systematic procedure for producing chaos from sinusoidal oscillators using diode-inductor and FET-capacitor composites. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Fundamental Theory and Applications, 47(4), pp.582-590. doi: 10.1109/81.841862
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