Second-order Generalized Integrators (SOGI) have recently been proposed for use as phase detectors for PLL implementations. These structures are essentially notch filters (band-pass) that can be easily tuned to the grid frequency.
A proportional resonant control can be seen as the implementation of PI controllers within a rotating reference frame (dq), which allows to re-locate the infinite DC gain at desired frequency.
Some power sources, like solar panels, present power characteristics that strongly depend on the operating conditions. In such cases, Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) is often applied to maximize the extracted power.
Fictive axis emulation is a vector control technique that is mostly used in single-phase inverter applications, where the second axis β of a rotating reference…
This page covers the configuration of the analog front-end of the B-Box RCP. The B-Box RCP possesses 16 analog inputs with strictly identical channels. The…
The source files of the B-Board PRO carrier board used in the evaluation kit are available below. These files can be opened using Altium Designer….
This article covers the control of a single phase solar PV inverter using Fictive Axis Emulation (FAE) and its implementation on a programmable power converter.
This note introduces a conventional control for Modular Multilevel Converters (MMC). The converter is used in a DC/AC inverter configuration and is connected to the three phase grid.
This notes covers the implementation of a high fidelity audio amplifier by means of a Modular Multilevel Converter (MMC).
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