Experimental circuit realization of zero-dispersion nonlinear resonance via the generic input-output analysis
When a nonlinear oscillator is driven by an external force which is calculated on the basis of the zero-dispersion nonlinear resonance (ZDNR) theory, it can be transparent, i.e., the output of the response system is the same as the magnitude of driving force without any dispersion or distortion. In fact, this is a unique phenomenon, called zero-dispersion nonlinear resonance (ZDNR). Herein, we used the generic input-output analysis to realize the ZDNR circuit experiment of two unidirectional coupling self-excited oscillators. The experimental observations also show good agreement with numerical simulations.