On pulse-width pulse-frequency modulator control strategy: An adaptation-based describing function representation

Abstract

This research describes an adaptation-based control strategy to deal with the pulse-width pulse-frequency modulator. The subject behind the research is to control the above-referenced modulators the hard limiter block via closed-loop describing function representation. In a word, this modulator has a set of parameters, which are all in need of adjusting, accurately, in order to guarantee its high performance, in the entire areas of overall systems under control. The investigated results indicate that parameter’s adjustment of the aforementioned pulse-width pulse-frequency modulator can be recognized as the state-of-the-art outcomes via adaptation rules.

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Mazinan, A.H. On pulse-width pulse-frequency modulator control strategy: An adaptation-based describing function representation. Sādhanā 45, 114 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12046-020-01339-9

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Keywords

  • State-of-the-art adaptation rules
  • pulse-width pulse-frequency modulator
  • describing function