Digital Signal Processing in Power Electronics Control Circuits
Many digital control circuits in current literature are described using analog transmittance. This may not always be acceptable, especially if the sampling frequency and power transistor switching frequencies are close to the band of interest. Therefore, a digital circuit is considered as a digital controller rather than an analog circuit. This helps to avoid errors and instability in high frequency components.
Digital Signal Processing in Power Electronics Control Circuits covers problems concerning the design and realization of digital control algorithms for power electronics circuits using digital signal processing (DSP) methods. This book bridges the gap between power electronics and DSP. The following realizations of digital control circuits are considered: digital signal processors, microprocessors, microcontrollers, programmable digital circuits.
Discussed in this book is signal processing, starting from analog signal acquisition, through its conversion to digital form, methods of its filtration and separation, and ending with pulse control of output power transistors. The book is focused on two applications for the considered methods of digital signal processing: an active power filter and a digital class D power amplifier.
The major benefit to readers is the acquisition of specific knowledge concerning discussions on the processing of signals from voltage or current sensors using a digital signal processor and to the signals controlling the output inverter transistors. Included are some Matlab examples for illustration of the considered problems.
Discusses problems concerning the design and realization of digital control algorithms for power electronics circuits using digital signal processing (DSP) methods Covers the general problems of analog signal acquisition from power electronics digital control circuitry, such as: sampling rate, number of bits, galvanic isolation, signal-to-noise ratio $SNR$, anti-aliasing filter, AC and DC current sensors, bandwidth of signal, signal range Includes Matlab examples for illustration of considered problems