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Sensors and Materials, Volume 33, Number 2(2) (2021)
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Effect of Number of Input Signals on Chaos Synchronization by Applying Zero-dispersion Nonlinear Resonance [PDF]

Ming-Chi Lu, Feng-Wei Tsai, Chen-An Chan, Yan-Lin Zhong, Chia-Ju Liu, Tsung-Lun Tsai, Jing-Yuan Ko, and Ming-Chung Ho

(Received May 30, 2019; Accepted December 8, 2020)

Keywords: zero-dispersion nonlinear resonance, phase locking, circuit implementation

In this paper, we report a circuit experiment that demonstrates the effect of the number of input signals on chaos synchronization by applying zero-dispersion nonlinear resonance (ZDNR). The input signals are obtained by generic input–output analysis and the ZDNR theory. In this way, the evolution of chaos synchronization can be observed from our experimental results, that is, two chaotic systems change from phase locking to complete synchronization when the number of input signals of ZDNR increases from one to three. Additionally, a circuit implemented utilizing the ZDNR technique can be applied to sensor circuits to detect specific desired signals.

Corresponding author: Ming-Chung Ho


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Ming-Chi Lu, Feng-Wei Tsai, Chen-An Chan, Yan-Lin Zhong, Chia-Ju Liu, Tsung-Lun Tsai, Jing-Yuan Ko, and Ming-Chung Ho, Effect of Number of Input Signals on Chaos Synchronization by Applying Zero-dispersion Nonlinear Resonance, Sens. Mater., Vol. 33, No. 2, 2021, p. 585-593.



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