When a nonlinear oscillator is driven externally, it may become transparent, i.e., the output response appears without any dispersion or distortion. Such counter-intuitive feature, in fact, is a unique zero-dispersion nonlinear resonance (ZDNR). Herein, it is examined on the base of a generic input-output analysis. The conditions for ZDNR have been clarified and a power law relation has been established to feature the interplay with noise.
|Number of pages||7|
|State||Published - 11 Dec 1999|