Cellonics Technology Circuit Working and Its Applications

Cellonics technology is a new technology in wireless communication, and it is used to fix the problems permanently for modem technology (modulator or demodulator) as well as other communication technologies. Generally, this technology is very helpful in increasing the modem speed to 1000 times than our normal modems. The progress of this technology depends on the mode of communication between the biological cells as well as NDS (nonlinear dynamic systems). This technology has come out after learning the behavior of a biological cell. The major telecommunication companies will get profits by using this technology. The study of the biological cell tells that a human cell responds to stimulus and generates waveforms that include a constant line of pulses divided with the stage of silence. The Cellonics technology establishes a method to imitate these pulses to apply them to telecommunication industries. The element of this technology allows analog waveforms as input and produces an output pulse.

Working Principle of Cellonics Technology

The Cellonics is a new modulation & demodulation technology, and it is an innovative and unconventional approach based on the concept of NDS (nonlinear dynamic systems) and actions of the biological cell. Basically, this technology is a substitution of electronic cells. Whenever Cellonics is used in the communication field, then this technology will transmit, encode and decode the digital data strongly over an array of physical-channels using cables or through air wirelessly.

Cellonics Circuit Diagram

The Cellonics Company has developed patented families for Cellonics circuits. These circuits are very useful in different applications. One of the Cellonics circuits is a simple circuit that displays the S arc(curve) transfer (T/F) characteristic. This circuit includes a negative impedance converter.

Simple Cellonic Circuit
Simple Cellonic Circuit

The transfer characteristic waveform of Cellonics includes three dissimilar sections. The first two regions at the above and below graph have a positive slope that is, 1/RF in which the operational amplifier is working in the nonlinear (saturated) mode.

The third region contains a negative(-ve) slope and denotes the area where the operational amplifier is working linearly. This negative resistance region lets the operational amplifier to oscillate for generating pulses enclosed by the positive as well as negative saturation sections.

Transfer Characteristics
Transfer Characteristics

For instance, assume that a triangular waveform is the input signal. Here the negative slope we have is dVs/dt, and the number of pulses to be generated at the output voltage depends on the triangular i/p waveform slope. When the slope is positive (+ve), the operational amplifier is constant and gives a stable saturation voltage. Therefore a no spike is being generated. Similarly, when the triangular waveform slope is negative (-ve), then the operational amplifier is unbalanced. So the output in this region oscillates.


The period of every pulse is comparable and the number of pulses produced will depend on the duration of time then the slope residues negative. Therefore by controlling the period of negative (-ve) slope, the no.of pulses to be generated at the o/p of the operational amplifier.

This circuit is strong against noise disturbances–for the efficient negative (-ve) slope maintains the operational amplifier unbalanced; the noise doesn’t have an effect on the generation of the pulse. The level of strength against the noise disturbances is passed out with the appropriate collection of circuit factors in the design

Advantages of Cellonics Technology

The advantages of Cellonics technology include the following.

  • This technology is new-life to the devices in the communication field
  • By using this we can save the chip area as much as four times
  • It consumes less power and execution time will be saved.

Applications of Cellonics Technology

The applications of Cellonics technology include the following

  • The Cellonics technology can be used in several applications like communications, electronic circuits (clock multipliers, sigma-delta modulator, gated oscillator, delta modulator).
  • As a receiver, this technology can be used to notify the UWB signals.
  • This technology can be used as a modulation or demodulation method with the component set in the demodulator.
  • The circuit of the N modeled Cellonics circuit is used on the receiver end in a narrowband wire-line communication system for recovering the digital data, which will give the lengthy distance function.
  • The S modeled Cellonics circuit is used in a narrowband wireless-communication-system to recover the digital information. The speed of data will be speedy than a profitable LAN device, which will give better performance than the present wireless LAN.
  • This technology is used at the ending of the receiver in the ultra-wideband audio systems.
  • A simple transmitter and receiver of this technology are used in an ultra wideband-video system

This is all about Cellonics technology in wireless communication and its applications. From the above information finally, we can conclude that in a normal communication system more subsystems are not necessary. The Power consuming and Noise generating devices like mixers, power amplifiers, PLLS, voltage-controlled oscillators are removed. Here is a question for you, what is the working principle of Cellonics Technology?