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Chaotic Oscillators Derived from Saito's Double-Screw Hysteresis Oscillator
Ahmed S. ELWAKIL Michael Peter KENNEDY
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 1999/09/25
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications)
chaos, oscillators, hysteresis, double-screw,
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The fact that there exists a core sinusoidal oscillator at the heart of Saito's double-screw hysteresis chaotic oscillator is demonstrated. By applying Bruton's transformation to the active linear part of the circuit, which is shown to be a classical LC-R negative resistor sinusoidal oscillator, an inductorless realization based on a frequency-dependent negative resistor (FDNR) is obtained. The LC-R sinusoidal oscillator is replaced by an FDNR-R oscillator. Furthermore, we show that chaotic behaviour can be preserved when a simple minimum component 2R-2C sinusoidal oscillator is used. Two different realizations of the non-monotone current-controlled hysteresis resistor, one of which is completely passive, are investigated. Experimental results of selected circuits, PSpice and numerical simulations are included.