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.
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The applicant will also transfer to ATHENA lab his broad experience in energy harvesting and nonlinear circuit design, and he will enable a link with European networks in the field such as EU COST IC1301 on wireless power transfer, and foster a long-term collaboration beyond the project.
In nonlinear circuit design, the attention is mainly focused on rectifiers.
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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.
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The software suite must be able to: Perform nonlinear circuit simulations including (harmonic balance, transient, envelope); Perform system and architecture amplifier simulations (including DPD correction); Extract nonlinear models from transistor devices; compact models of III-V devices incorporating self heating & gate and drain lag as well as nonlinear behavioural models, e.
The main purpose of Chapter 2 is to present widely used nonlinear circuit design techniques to analyze nonlinear power amplifier circuits.
This enables the most accurate and convenient RF nonlinear circuit and system designs.
Genesys 2014 also now features the industry's largest collection of vendor X-parameters models for use in nonlinear circuit and system simulation.
On the basis of Kirchhoffs equations, mathematical model of the given nonlinear circuit of alternating current has been formulated, which takes into account that, once exceeding critical current in HTSC wires of the second generation normal state occurs, which continues to exist, and in the case of subsequent decrease in current is below the critical.
The nonlinear circuit elements of the diode were simplified into nonlinear equivalent capacitance and conductance.
The models should remain valid through multiple harmonics of the design frequency, particularly when used to represent bias or matching elements in nonlinear circuit simulations.