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Evaluation of a DSP for power electronic applications

Molin, Per (2008) In LUTEDX/TEIE EIE920 20072
Industrial Electrical Engineering and Automation
Abstract
The complexity of the power grid increases with its continuous expansion and the addition of software controlled applications. These applications can be found in both loads and generators – as well as surveillance units. In most cases strict demands regarding performance and speed has to be fulfilled by the control scripts of these software applications. To develop the control
scripts, a user-friendly platform uniting a graphical user interface (GUI), host-target communication and C-debugging, with the performance demands, is of great interest. The prospect of the development platform being able to communicate with well-established software tools such as Simulink and MATLAB is even better.
A lot of solutions are available that facilitate... (More)
The complexity of the power grid increases with its continuous expansion and the addition of software controlled applications. These applications can be found in both loads and generators – as well as surveillance units. In most cases strict demands regarding performance and speed has to be fulfilled by the control scripts of these software applications. To develop the control
scripts, a user-friendly platform uniting a graphical user interface (GUI), host-target communication and C-debugging, with the performance demands, is of great interest. The prospect of the development platform being able to communicate with well-established software tools such as Simulink and MATLAB is even better.
A lot of solutions are available that facilitate the road from idea to working application, and some of them will be covered to some extent in this report – especially the eZdsp F2812 from Spectrum Digital.
The Spectrum Digital eZdsp F2812 is well suited for power electronic applications – and motor control in particular with its ADC-input and PWM-output. (Less)
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Molin, Per
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EIE920 20072
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H3 - Professional qualifications (4 Years - )
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LUTEDX/TEIE
report number
5259
language
English
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1581035
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2013-05-20 13:37:56
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  abstract     = {The complexity of the power grid increases with its continuous expansion and the addition of software controlled applications. These applications can be found in both loads and generators – as well as surveillance units. In most cases strict demands regarding performance and speed has to be fulfilled by the control scripts of these software applications. To develop the control
scripts, a user-friendly platform uniting a graphical user interface (GUI), host-target communication and C-debugging, with the performance demands, is of great interest. The prospect of the development platform being able to communicate with well-established software tools such as Simulink and MATLAB is even better.
A lot of solutions are available that facilitate the road from idea to working application, and some of them will be covered to some extent in this report – especially the eZdsp F2812 from Spectrum Digital.
The Spectrum Digital eZdsp F2812 is well suited for power electronic applications – and motor control in particular with its ADC-input and PWM-output.},
  author       = {Molin, Per},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  series       = {LUTEDX/TEIE},
  title        = {Evaluation of a DSP for power electronic applications},
  year         = {2008},
}