An experimental study of the behavior of a stochastic oscillator under the effect of external noise
Abstract
Two new effects have been discovered during an experimental study of the behavior of a stochastic oscillator exposed to external noise. These effects are a reduction of the average number of pulses in a pulse train and a relatively abrupt transition from periodic to stochastic generation. Both effects are explained by the fact that noise increases the probability of the transition of the oscillator from one sheet of the phase surface to another. The experimental data obtained show that even weak external fluctuation forces produce noticeable changes in the oscillation parameters of an autostochastic system.
 Publication:

Radiotekhnika i Elektronika
 Pub Date:
 March 1984
 Bibcode:
 1984RaEl...29..479K
 Keywords:

 Electromagnetic Noise;
 Oscillators;
 Pulsed Radiation;
 Random Vibration;
 Stochastic Processes;
 Fluctuation Theory;
 Harmonic Oscillation;
 Noise Generators;
 Periodic Variations;
 Electronics and Electrical Engineering