Generalized synchronization of fractional-order hyperchaotic systems and its DSP implementation
In this paper, we investigate synchronization and its DSP implementation of fractional-order simplified Lorenz hyperchaotic systems by employing the Adomian decomposition method. The active controller and linear feedback controller are designed. Numerical simulation of the synchronized systems is carried out, and it is found that the synchronization phenomenon can be observed in both state variables and intermediate variables. Moreover, the synchronized systems are implemented in two TMS320F2-8335 DSP boards which are connected by a serial port and the output signals are exhibited by an oscilloscope. The experiment results show that the proposed implementation method works well on DSP.
KeywordsFractional-order calculus Chaos Synchronization DSP implementation
This work was supported by the Startup Foundation for Doctoral research (No. E07016048)
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