A nonautonomous chaotic circuit based on one transistor, two capacitors, and two resistors is described. The mechanism behind the chaotic performance is based on “disturbance of integration.” The forward part and the reverse part of the bipolar transistor are “fighting” about the charging of a capacitor. Measurements and PSpice experiments are presented.
I E E E Transactions on Circuits and Systems. Part 2: Express Briefs, 2005, Vol 52, Issue 10, p. 661-664