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# Theory of Linear and nonlinear circuits - Engberg J.

Engberg J. Theory of Linear and nonlinear circuits - Wiley & sons , 1995. - 154 p.
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9.6.4 Example 4
Here the non-linear Volterra transfer function between input si and response vr in Figure 9.6(a) will be determined. In Figure 9.6, R\ = 4 Q, ~ 2 Q. and –° ~ 1/2 F
Hi{xi)
Ri
(b) | j +
31 —Å ) lie ! gi\\zi =
j <ii ^ ‚Äú
' –ª–ª 1 x‚Äò
–û –£–≥(—Ö2)
Figure 9.6: Example 4: Non-iinear bridge network with one signal input port and two nonlinear elements, (a) Original network; (b) modified network where the non-linear subsystems aiO separated from trie ––Ω—Å—Å–∏. *i^:urvijLK.
The overall network contains two single-port non-linear elements where the time domain relations are given as
irCt) ‚Äî M iv' =
–§) = L'H‚Äòl) = (9.142)
HI ----
n:=l
where a\ = 1 H, a2 = 1/3 HA. gx = 1/2 S and ~ 1/5 SV. From Figure 9.6(b) the system matrices and vectors can be determined as
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0. Multi-port Volterra transfer functions
3(.s2 + 2) ‚Äî3s
(9.144)
(9.143)
where D(s) = 2sz + 3¬´ + 4 and \$ = j2~f has been used as frequency variable, and
a(s) =
Ms) = 
(9.145)
(9.146)
\T
The Volterra transfer functions for the two non-linear elements are determined from Equations (9.141)‚Äî(9.142) as
The results obtained are in agreement with Chua and Ng [6, Section 6.2] who have determined the Volterra transfer functions up to second order.
9.7 Conclusion
A method has been presented to determine the frequency domain Volterra transfer functions of non-linear multi-port, networks containing non-linear multi-port subsystems. The method is based on a generalization of the probing method to allow arbitrary frequencies. The Volterra transfer functions are described as functions of network specific vectors of the linear part of the overall network and as functions of variables which control the non-linear multi-port subsystems. A method has been derived to determine these controlling variables in –≥–µ—Å—à—å–'–µ form.
The method has been implemented in a symbolic programming language ( WapIc V- Re/ease ‚ñÝ'!:. which makes it possible to determine algebraic expressi. >iis lor : !:‚ñÝ Volterra transfer functions. This implementation can directly translate the resulting Volterra transfer functions in recursive algebraic form into FORTRAN 77 code.
Four examples have been presented. The results obtained are in agreement with existing literature in the cases where comparison has been possible.
(9.147)
and
for —â = 2 otherwise
9.8. References
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9.8 References
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Mathematical concepts
This appendix discusses the mathematical representation of noise. First there is a short introduction to stochastic processes which is the basis for the mathematical treatment of noise. Next the representation of noise in the frequency domain using a Fourier series expansion is discussed in detail. Finally, there is an investigation of signal energies and powers of random variables.
A.l Stochastic processes
Noise in electrical networks and systems can be considered as random fluctuations in time of. for example, voltage, current or charge. Statistical methods are used to describe the influence of such random noise signals in a qualitative way. These are, for example, to analyze the mean value (which is usually assumed identical to zero), variance, autocorrelation and spectral density of the noise signals. Previous << 1 .. 69 70 71 72 73 74 < 75 > 76 77 78 79 80 81 .. 85 >> Next 