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Subharmonics produced in purely resistive networks with single sinusoidal inputs

Subharmonics produced in purely resistive networks with single sinusoidal inputs

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It is shown that, if dynamic effects and energy storage are not taken into account, the resulting mathematical model of a nonlinear characteristic can produce subharmonics only at exact input amplitudes. Thus such mathematical models are completely unstable with respect to small variations in that amplitude.

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      • T.E. Stern . (1965) , Theory of nonlinear networks and systems.
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