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Study of chaotic behavior of nonlinear circuits

OTKA project
1996 - 1999

Local supervisor: Kolumbán Géza
Official project supervisor: Kolumbán Géza

The goal of OTKA Project is to develop chaotic circuits and detection algorithms that makes possible the implementation of chaotic data communication systems.
The milestones of the project are as follows:

  • Mathematical characterization of chaotic attractors and signals observed in the different type PLLs, elaboration of design equations for chaotic signal generators,
  • Improvement of synchronization of chaotic circuits by feedback,
  • Elaboration of fast detection algorithms for the reception of CSK signals.

Partners:

  • Prof. M.P. Kennedy, University College Dublin, Írország

Further information about the project:
Official homepage: http://www.mit.bme.hu/research/chaos/
Department homepage: http://www.mit.bme.hu/projects/chaos96/
Official email address: kolumban@mit.bme.hu