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The requirement for the phasor representation is that the circuit is in steady state. The frequency components that is caused by the nonlinear behavior of the system, are also sinusoids. Thus, since the circuit is in steady state, the nonlinear responses can also be represented by phasors, with the excitation frequency equal to the frequency of the wanted harmonic or intermodulation product. The excitation of the system is now the nonlinear coefficients embedded inside the system. This is the idea of the phasor method.
TLFeBOOK Chapter 2 Specification and Analysis of Nonlinear Circuits This chapter describes some of the theoretical background for specification and analysis of nonlinear systems. First, the measurement parameters that describe the nonlinear performance of an analog circuit are addressed. An example of a nonlinear system is presented, which is further used to define the measurement parameters obtained when the circuit excitation consists of one or two frequencies. Second, the Volterra series is defined.