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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 53, Issue 11, pp 1264–1271 | Cite as

An estimate of the truncation error in the asynchronous sampling of ac signals containing inter- and subharmonics

  • P. B. Petrovic
Electromagnetic Measurements
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The estimation of the truncation error in the asynchronous sampling of an ac signal containing sub- and interharmonic components is considered. The expressions derived enable one to choose the optimum method and the necessary number of samples of a complex input signal. The limits of the error of the method of signal processing are determined taking the effect of sampling into account. Mathematical modeling of the procedure for estimating the possible truncation error is carried out.

Keywords

asynchronous sampling inter- and subharmonics active power mathematical modeling 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technical FacultyCacakSerbia

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