emulator circuit

emulator circuit

[′em·yə‚lād·ər ‚sər·kət]
(computer science)
A circuit built into a computer's control section to enable it to process instructions that were written for another computer.
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We used DTMOS based floating current source to implement memristor emulator circuit. The circuit symbol of the FCS is shown in Fig.2.
A fully floating memristor emulator circuit is designed by using only one FCS, one capacitor and two pMOS transistors as shown in Fig 4.
In the proposed circuit, DTMOS based FCS structure has three important behaviors to implement memristor emulator circuit: 1.
Nonlinear behavior of the emulator circuit can obtained when transistors are operated in subthreshold region.
Its hysteresis behavior is further discussed, showing that the pinched hysteresis loops in v-i plane depend not only on the amplitude-to-frequency ratio of the exciting signal but also on the time constant of the emulator circuit itself.
The proposed floating flux-controlled memristor emulator circuit is shown in Figure 1.
From (16), one can deduce that the pinched hysteresis behavior depends not only on the amplitude-to-frequency ratio of the stimulating signal but also on the time constant of the emulator circuit itself.
Muniz-Montero, "A 16 Hz-160 kHz memristor emulator circuit," AEU --International Journal of Electronics and Communications, vol.
Karakulak, "Emulator circuit of Ti[0.sub.2] memristor with linear dopant drift made using analog multiplier," in Proceedings of the 2010 7th National Conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Engineering, ELECO 2010, pp.
(b) Oscilloscope trace of the pinched hysteresis loop of the memristor emulator circuit of Figure 1(a) at 1 kHz, (c) at 600 Hz, and (d) at 1.5 kHz.
Also included on this kit is a secondary processor controlling a solar panel emulator circuit, featuring a photo-diode for light sensing.
HercuLine[TM] actuators are, ideal for tough applications' requiring high Teliability, low maintenance and network compatibility, without sacrificing performance or accuracy, The actuators also minimize maintenance costs and process downtime, due to their Slidewire Emulator Circuit and Non-Contact Position Sensor which improves positioning performance by eliminating maintenance tasks, drifts and breakdowns associated with slidewires.