Distortion Product Responses of Saturating Nonlinearities
Saturating nonlinearities (Figure 1) show several amplitude scaling relationships that are common to this class of nonlinearity. Here we examine the output of distortion products (DP’s) at the DP frequencies fd = 2f1-f2 and at fd = 3f1-2f2.
KeywordsHair Cell Basilar Membrane Fixed Tone Distortion Product Saturate Nonlinearity
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