Experimental chaos from non-autonomous electronic circuits

Lakshmanan, M. ; Murali, K. (1995) Experimental chaos from non-autonomous electronic circuits Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical & Engineering Sciences, 353 (1701). pp. 33-46. ISSN 1364-503X

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Nonlinear non-autonomous electronic circuits are veritable tools to study chaotic dynamics. Considering piecewise-linear non-autonomous circuits containing only one nonlinear element, namely a nonlinear resistor, we show that even lower dimensional circuits can exhibit all the fascinating aspects of chaos. In particular, we study the chaotic behaviour of the simplest dissipative second-order circuit of Murali, Lakshmanan and Chua and the extremely simple first-order circuit with a 'jump-rule' proposed by Tang, Mees and Chua.

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