Skip to Main Content
Stochastic resonance (SR) is an active research topic in the area of nonlinear system theory. It has been used to explain the behavior of both natural systems and man-made produced devices. SR conditions are generally investigated by mathematical analysis of complex systems or by realizing nonlinear systems (a typical example being the Schmitt trigger) that are known to be characterized by the presence of SR and performing experimental studies on them. This paper introduces a novel instrument for the detection of SR conditions that does not require any human intervention and, hence, allows independent validation of results concerning SR.