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Discrete-time analysis of linear and nonlinear systems using analog circuit simulators

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Engel, T.G. ; Dept. of Electr. Eng., Missouri Univ., Columbia, MO, USA ; Jackson, M.

A method to teach discrete-time systems analysis concepts and skills to engineering students is presented and discussed. The method presented in this investigation uses commercially available analog-digital circuit simulators and a delay element and sampler constructed from analog components. The delay element and sampler used with standard, continuous-time amplifiers and summers, allow the user to simulate discrete-time systems in a manner identical to that used for continuous-time systems. Construction of the discrete-time delay element and sampler using the PSpice circuit simulator is presented as is their use in a variety of well-known linear discrete-time systems including problems from economics, population dynamics and digital signal processing. The well-known nonlinear quadratic model of chaos is also simulated in this investigation. The results of the linear and nonlinear discrete-time system analysis are compared to the analytical results and show that the delay element and sampler are stable and accurate components useful in modeling a wide variety of linear and nonlinear discrete-time systems

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:42 ,  Issue: 3 )

Date of Publication:

Aug 1999

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