# nonlinear circuit

## nonlinear circuit

[′nän‚lin·ē·ər ′sər·kət]
(electricity)
A circuit in which the current and voltage in any element that results from two sources of energy acting together is not equal to the sum of the currents or voltages that result from each of the sources acting alone.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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He, "A nonlinear circuit with two memcapacitors," Nonlinear Dynamics, vol.
In nonlinear circuit design, the attention is mainly focused on rectifiers.
A mathematical model approach, widely used in nonlinear circuit analysis, is the so-called piecewise linear (PWL).
As the most famous and typical nonlinear circuit, Van der Pol circuit researched in the paper will excite nonharmonic disturbances and make the system mentioned above produce nonharmonic forced oscillation.
Therefore, we propose the comparison between RHPM and BPES methods by solving the nonlinear differential equation that represents the dynamics of a nonlinear circuit. The results should be a meaningful supply for monitoring complex nonlinear circuits behaviours and responses.
When the operation regime of a nonlinear circuit is near to a Hopf bifurcation point, an amplification phenomenon which affects to all the signals in the circuit is generated.
Hajj, "Nonlinear Circuit Theory: Resistive Networks," Proceedings of the IEEE.
Microwave Office 2004 integrates 3D planar EM simulation with circuit simulation and layout tools, permitting arbitrary physical structures to be embedded within linear and nonlinear circuit simulations.
We illustrate how nonlinear large-signal S-parameters can be used as a tool in the design process of a nonlinear circuit, specifically a single-diode 1 GHz frequency-doubler.
We design a nonlinear circuit, as shown in Figure 4, which contains an active memcapacitor [C'.sub.m] (a memcapacitor in parallel with a negative resistor), a Ti[O.sub.2] memristor M, a linear inductor L, a linear capacitor C, and a linear resistor R.

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