Determining the source of phase noise: Response of a driven Duffing oscillator to low-frequency damping and resonance frequency fluctuations

@inproceedings{Barquist2021DeterminingTS,
  title={Determining the source of phase noise: Response of a driven Duffing oscillator to low-frequency damping and resonance frequency fluctuations},
  author={C. S. Barquist and W. G. Jiang and Kevin Gunther and Y. Lee},
  year={2021}
}
We present an analytical calculation of the response of a driven Duffing oscillator to low-frequency fluctuations in the resonance frequency and damping. We find that fluctuations in these parameters manifest themselves distinctively, allowing them to be distinguished. In the strongly nonlinear regime, amplitude and phase noise due to resonance frequency fluctuations and amplitude noise due to damping fluctuations are strongly attenuated, while the transduction of damping fluctuations into… Expand

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