An electronic oscillator is an electronic circuit that produces a periodic (often a sine wave, a square wave, or a pulse trains) or a non-periodic (a double-mode wave or a chaotic wave) oscillating electronic signal. Oscillators convert direct current from a power supply to an alternating current signal, and are widely used in many electronic devices. This book surveys recent developments in the design, analysis and applications of this important class of circuits.
Topics covered include an introduction to recent developments; analysis of bifurcation in oscillatory circuits; fractional-order oscillators; memristive and memcapacitive astable multivibrators; piecewise-constant oscillators and their applications; master-slave synchronization of hysteresis neural-type oscillators; multimode oscillations in coupled hard-oscillators; wave propagation of phase difference in coupled oscillator arrays; coupled oscillator networks with frustration; graph comparison and synchronization in complex networks; experimental studies on reconfigurable network of chaotic oscillators; fundamental operation and design of high-frequency tuned power oscillator; ring oscillators and self-timed rings in true random number generators; and attacking on-chip oscillators in cryptographic applications.
Providing an overview of the state-of-the-art in oscillator circuits, this book is essential reading for researchers, advanced students and circuit designers working in circuit theory and modelling, especially nonlinear circuit engineering.
- Chapter 2: Analysis of bifurcation in oscillatory circuits
- Chapter 3: Fractional-order oscillators
- Chapter 4: Memristive and memcapacitive astable multivibrators
- Chapter 5: Piecewise-constant oscillators and their applications
- Chapter 6: Master-slave synchronization of hysteresis neural-type oscillators
- Chapter 7: Multimode oscillations in coupled hard-oscillators
- Chapter 8: Wave propagation of phase difference in coupled oscillator arrays
- Chapter 9: Coupled oscillator networks with frustration
- Chapter 10: Graph comparison and synchronization in complex networks
- Chapter 11: Experimental studies on reconfigurable network of chaotic oscillators
- Chapter 12: Fundamental operation and design of high-frequency high-efficiency tuned power oscillator
- Chapter 13: Ring oscillators and self-timed rings in true random number generators
- Chapter 14: Attacking on-chip oscillators in cryptographic applications
Tokushima University, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Japan.
Yoshifumi Nishio is a Professor at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Tokushima University, Japan, where his research interests are in the areas of nonlinear circuits engineering. He was the Chair of the IEEE CAS Society Technical Committee on Nonlinear Circuits and Systems (2004-2005), the Steering Committee Secretary of the IEICE Research Society of Nonlinear Theory and its Applications (2004-2007), and is currently a member of the IEEE CAS Society Board of Governors (from 2012). He was an Editor or an Associate Editor of IEICE Fundamentals Review, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, IEEE CAS Magazine and the RISP Journal of Signal Processing. He currently serves as a Secretary for NOLTA, IEICE and as an Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II, IEEE CAS Society Newsletter and International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos.