Focus is on the principles necessary to understand, analyse, and design electronic circuitry using currently available technologies.
Nonlinear Electronics 1: Nonlinear Dipoles, Harmonic Oscillators and Switching Circuits deals with the appearance of nonlinear electronic circuits and their behavior. The book studies a number of circuits that interface between analog and digital electronics, including astable, monostable, bistable, Schmitt trigger, and analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion. Users will find a complete resource that deals with all aspects of these circuits, starting from the discrete component and gradually working to the integrated circuit. Presents non-linear electronic circuits and their behavior Discusses relaxation oscillators Treats subject matter from the discrete element, to the integrated device Present interface circuits, analog-to-digital conversion, analog-to-analog, and PLL (phase locked loop)
Nonlinear Electronics 2: Flip-Flops, ADC, DAC and PLL deals with the appearance of nonlinear electronic circuits and their behavior. The book covers a number of circuits that interface between analog and digital electronics, such as astable, monostable, biostable, Schmitt trigger, analog-to-digital conversion and digital-to-analog conversion. In addition, the book deals with all aspects of these circuits, starting from discrete component and gradually going to the integrated circuit. Presents non-linear electronic circuits and their behavior Talks about relaxation oscillators Treats subjects from the discrete element to the integrated device Presents interface circuits, analog-to-digital conversion, analog-to-analog conversion, and PLL (phase locked loop)
Memristive Nonlinear Electronic Circuits deals with nonlinear systems in the design and implementation of circuits for generating complex dynamics. The brief proposes a new memristor model using an inverse tangent function, which achieves the characteristics of the memristor and can be implemented easily because it corresponds to the bipolar transistor differential pair. The authors design a new model-based memristive time-delay system by obtaining a time-delay memristive differential equation, which can generate an n-scroll chaotic attractor by adjusting the proposed nonlinear function. These designs are carried out using OrCAD-PSpice. The brief also presents a new time-delay memristive circuit excited by a nonautonomous staircase function which can generate grid chaotic attractors: new families of grids of n×m-scrolls. For increasingly complex dynamics of the circuits, the authors propose a new five-dimensional autonomous system with two memristors. The dynamical characteristics are investigated by phase portraits and bifurcation diagrams. The brief applies two synchronization methods to the memristive circuits: PC synchronization, and feedback control synchronization. The authors consider synchronization as the idea underlying idea the applications in nonlinear electronic circuits. Finally, the double-memristor system is employed to give rise to a highly secure dual-stage encryption technique.
|Author||: Shivkumar V. Iyer|
|Release Date||: 2018-01-25|
|ISBN 10||: 3319739840|
|Pages||: 215 pages|
This book provides readers with an in-depth discussion of circuit simulation, combining basic electrical engineering circuit theory with Python programming. It fills an information gap by describing the development of Python Power Electronics, an open-source software for simulating circuits, and demonstrating its use in a sample circuit. Unlike typical books on circuit theory that describe how circuits can be solved mathematically, followed by examples of simulating circuits using specific, commercial software, this book has a different approach and focus. The author begins by describing every aspect of the open-source software, in the context of non-linear power electronic circuits, as a foundation for aspiring or practicing engineers to embark on further development of open source software for different purposes. By demonstrating explicitly the operation of the software through algorithms, this book brings together the fields of electrical engineering and software technology.
Every electronics application from cell phones to calculators to computers requires power. Often the battery supplying this power is the largest single section of the product and the behavior of the energy follows a chaotic or nonlinear pattern. Great strides have been made in the last decade in the comprehension inherently nonlinear field of power electronics. Until now, no single text has exhibited the foundations of these nonlinear phenomena and their applications in a fashion suited to the power electronics engineer rather than the research specialist. Most modern practical engineering techniques are linear, which makes the nonlinear dynamics of these phenomena difficult to predict and analyze. This invaluable edition will provide the reader with the most recent advances, theoretical approaches, and tools required for the comprehension and analysis of major nonlinear phenomena in a well-defined scope.
|Author||: K. Schubert|
|Release Date||: 2003-12-01|
|ISBN 10||: 9780471656524|
|Pages||: 1000 pages|