A linear model represents an accurate representation of the behavior of many systems where the non-linear system has steady state performance with a different kind of behavior. Here this article gives the information about the example of a linear and nonlinear system to know more details about it.

**Example of linear systems :**

- Electronics circuit such as amplifier
- The unity system, where the output of a system is always equal to the input
- Multiplication by a constant that is the amplification of the system
- Linear system where the wave propagation produce such as sound as well as an electromagnetic wave
- Some electrical circuit composed of the resistor, capacitor, and indicator
- The null system where the output is always equal to zero regardless of the input system
- Differentiation and integration
- A signal must be changed such as a resonance and image blurring
- A mathematical operation like a convolution where each value in the output is expressed as the sum of values in the input multiplied by a set of some weighing coefficient, so here give some many more example of linear as well as a non-linear system

**Example of a non-linear system :**

- A system that does not have sinusoidal fidelity such as electronic circuit
- Common electronic distortion clipping and cross over distortion
- Saturation such as an electronic amplifier and transformer are driven too hard
- A system does not have static linearity
- A system with a threshold like digital logic gates
- Multiplication of signal by another signal called as amplitude modulations

A linear model represents an accurate representation of the behavior of many systems where the non-linear system has steady state performance with a different kind of behavior. Here this article gives the information about the example of a linear and nonlinear system to know more details about it.

**Example of linear systems :**

- Electronics circuit such as amplifier
- The unity system, where the output of a system is always equal to the input
- Multiplication by a constant that is the amplification of the system
- Linear system where the wave propagation produce such as sound as well as an electromagnetic wave
- Some electrical circuit composed of the resistor, capacitor, and indicator
- The null system where the output is always equal to zero regardless of the input system
- Differentiation and integration
- A signal must be changed such as a resonance and image blurring
- A mathematical operation like a convolution where each value in the output is expressed as the sum of values in the input multiplied by a set of some weighing coefficient, so here give some many more example of linear as well as a non-linear system

**Example of a non-linear system :**

- A system that does not have sinusoidal fidelity such as electronic circuit
- Common electronic distortion clipping and cross over distortion
- Saturation such as an electronic amplifier and transformer are driven too hard
- A system does not have static linearity
- A system with a threshold like digital logic gates
- Multiplication of signal by another signal called as amplitude modulations