DSP LABORATORY FOR ELECTRIC DRIVES
Learning outcomes of the course unit
This course aims at providing skills and theoretical foundations for the control of electric drives and actuators by means of Digital Signal Processors (DSPs).
Course contents summary
Introduction to digital control of electric drives.
Discretization, aliasing, folding, normalized frequency.
Conversion from discrete time to continuos time, interpolation.
FIR filters, convolution, difference equations.
Frequency response of FIR filters, linear phase FIR filters.
z-transform, properties, unit delay.
Relationship between the z-transform and the frequency response.
IIR filters, block diagrams, Direct Form I, Direct Form II, Transposed.
Poles and zeroes, stability.
Time-domain analysis, correspondences between s and z domains.
Synthesis of digital filters and regulators.
Spectral analysis, Discrete Fourier transform (DFT) and FFT.
DSP, Harvard architecture, MAC.
Numerical representations, fixed point, floating point, effects of quantization.
Introduction to embedded programming, development of control algorithms on fixed point processors.
S.K. Mitra, "Digital Signal Processing - A Computer-Based Approach", McGraw-Hill.
J.H. McClellan et al., "DSP First - A Multimedia Approach", Prentice Hall.
G.F. Franklin et al., "Digital Control of Dynamic Systems", Addison Wesley.