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Stochastic resonance in electrical circuits—I: Conventional stochastic resonance.

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Journal publication date1999
JournalIEEE Transactions on Circuits Systems - II: Analog and Digital Signal Processing
Journal number9
Volume46
Number of pages10
Pages1205-1214
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Stochastic resonance (SR), a phenomenon in which a periodic signal in a nonlinear system can be amplified by added noise, is introduced and discussed. Techniques for investigating SR using electronic circuits are described in practical terms. The physical nature of SR, and the explanation of weak-noise SR as a linear response phenomenon, are considered. Conventional SR, for systems characterized by static bistable potentials, is described together with examples of the data obtainable from the circuit models used to test the theory.

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