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[6, 2019] 

Journal of Electrical Engineering, Vol 70, 6 (2019) 465-472 DOI: 10.2478/jee-2019-0079

Memristor-based series voltage regulators

Kutluhan Kursad Yavuz – Ertugrul Karakulak – Resat Mutlu

   Series linear voltage regulators are integrated circuits commonly used to make adjustable voltage sources. When used with potentiometers, these regulators are able to give adjustable voltage at the output. Memristor is a new nonlinear circuit element which came out in the last decade. It is able to provide electronically adjustable resistance. If a memristor is fed with a voltage over the threshold and it is not under saturation, its resistance also called memristance is dependent on the integration of its current, also called memristor charge. Memristor shows promise for different types and lots of digital and analog applications. In this paper, memristor-based series voltage regulator topologies are suggested and they are examined using parameters and simulations. Some design criteria have been given for the memristor-based series voltage regulators.

Keywords: memristor, voltage regulators, analog applications, circuit analysis, thin films phase


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