Theory of stability in a nonlinear resistive network

Uenoyama, T.; Esaki, L.
July 1992
Applied Physics Letters;7/20/1992, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p363
Academic Journal
Examines the stability condition of the nonlinear resistive network solutions. Curvature of the total power in voltage-current space; Summation of the power independent function; Analysis of the bistability circuit with resonant tunneling diodes; Description of the motion equation for the circuits.


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