|Autors: Rusev, R. P., Angelov, G. V., Gieva, E. E., Hristov, M. H., Takov, T. B.|
Title: Hydrogen bonding network emulating frequency driven source of triangular pulses
Keywords: hydrogen bonding network, proton transfer, microelectronic circuit
Abstract: A three output microelectronic circuit functionally equivalent to a hydrogen bonding network is modeled. Proton transfer characteristics of each hydrogen bond of the network are emulated by block-elements in the microelectronic circuit with their respective I-V characteristics. These characteristics are coded in Matlab where the dynamic and static analyses are carried out. The results imply that in static mode the functionally analogous circuit operates as a current source or an amplifier. In dynamic mode the circuit behaves as a voltage driven triangular pulse signal source. The simulations show that the generated pulses at the three circuit outputs have different frequency, amplitude, and width.
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