High-Frequency Tunable Grounded & Floating Incremental-Decremental Meminductor Emulator and Application

  title={High-Frequency Tunable Grounded \& Floating Incremental-Decremental Meminductor Emulator and Application},
  author={Pratik Kumar and Sajal K. Paul},
In this paper, a new design has been proposed for the realization of grounded and floating meminductor emulators built with two OTAs and two second-generation current conveyors. The proposed emulators can be configured in both incremental and decremental topology. This paper also proposes the application of meminductor as Amplitude Modulator (AM). The proposed circuits and its application claim that the circuit is much simpler in design and can be utilized in both topologies. The performance of… 


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  • M. Fouda, A. Radwan
  • Engineering
    2014 21st IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (ICECS)
  • 2014
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