Frequency division in the theory of oscillations and waves
Abstract
The approach outlined here is based on the idea of the analytical signal, which dictates the operation of a device for transforming oscillations. Use is also made of a method for dividing frequency spectra which makes it possible to solve oscillation and wave problems with small nonlinearities or to obtain better approximations of the solutions. After discussing the analytical signal, attention is given to random processes and analytical noise. The theory of parametric and weakly nonlinear oscillations is then treated. Attention is also given to the twodimensional motion of a charged particle in a strong magnetic field, to the propagation of pulses, and to photons and photodetectors.
 Publication:

Moscow Izdatel Nauka
 Pub Date:
 1983
 Bibcode:
 1983MoIzN....T....V
 Keywords:

 Frequency Dividers;
 Oscillators;
 Radio Physics;
 Signal Analysis;
 Spectrum Analysis;
 Wave Propagation;
 Analytic Functions;
 Frequency Modulation;
 Magnetic Fields;
 Noise;
 Nonlinear Evolution Equations;
 Parametric Amplifiers;
 Photometers;
 Pseudorandom Sequences;
 Pulse Communication;
 Random Processes;
 Signal Processing;
 Stimulated Emission Devices;
 Traveling Charge;
 Triodes;
 Wave Generation;
 Physics (General)