The amplitude, frequency and parameter space boosting in a memristor–meminductor-based circuit
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In this paper, a meminductor emulator and an active memristor emulator are designed to construct a new chaotic circuit. The initial-condition-triggered amplitude, frequency and parameter space boosting are investigated. The system owns homogenous, heterogeneous and extreme multistabilities at the same time. Various coexisting attractors with different offsets, amplitudes and frequencies are observed and analyzed. Furthermore, the presented circuit is implemented by analog circuit and DSP platform. The mentioned unique dynamic features are confirmed in the experiments. Experimental results indicate the presented system and its initial-condition-triggered features can be realized in DSP digital system. Since the system owns variable amplitude, frequency and parameter space, it has great potential value in encryption engineering fields.
KeywordsChaos Boosting Memristor Meminductor
The work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grants 61801271 and 91848206. Taishan Scholar Project of Shandong Province of China.
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The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.
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