We investigate the effect of two aperiodic square waves in a quasiperiodically-driven Murali–Lakshmanan–Chua circuit. It is found that the response of the circuit produces logical output in both strange nonchaotic and chaotic regions. Changing the biasing of the circuit changes the response of the circuit into another kind of logic operation and SR flip flop. Further, we show how this circuit produces two logical elements as its outputs which are complementary to each other. It is also shown that the logical nature of the circuit persists even when experimental noise is present. Thus, we confirm that both the dynamical behaviours, namely strange nonchaos and chaos, can be efficient tools to construct computer architecture.
Volume 96, 2022
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