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Control Parameters Optimization based on Co-Simulation of a Mechatronic System for an UA-based Two-Axis Inertially Stabilized Platform

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This paper presents a method based on co-simulation of a mechatronic system to optimize the control parameters of a two-axis inertially stabilized platform system (ISP) applied in an unmanned airship (UA), by which high control performance Continue reading

Coordinated Control of Superconducting Fault Current Limiter and Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage for Transient Performance Enhancement of Grid-Connected Photovoltaic Generation System

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In regard to the rapid development of renewable energy sources, more and more photovoltaic (PV) generation systems have been connected to main power networks, and it is critical to enhance their transient performance under short-circuit Continue reading

Cooperative Energy Management of Hybrid DC Renewable Grid using Decentralized Control Strategies

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This paper attempted to control a hybrid DC microgrid in islanded operation mode using decentralized power management strategies. Proposed adaptive I/V characteristic for hybrid photovoltaic (PV) and battery energy storage system (BESS) and Continue reading

1-Ghz CMOS Analog Signal Squaring Circuit

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In analog signal processing the squaring circuit represents the core for implementing an analog signal having a value representing the square of the input signal. For example, calculating the square of input signal is necessary in adaptive processing Continue reading

Modern Digital Chirp Receiver: Theory, Design and System Integration

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Chirp signals can achieve a high range resolution without sacrificing SNR or maximum range, making them a strong candidate for use in radar and sonar applications. Chirp signals are also power efficient and resistant to interference, making them well Continue reading

Compressive Sensing Analog Front End Design In 180 nm CMOS Technology

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In order to accurately reconstruct signal waveform a signal must be sampled at least twice as fast as the bandwidth of the signal. Ultra Wideband (UWB) signals have extraordinary potential for high information transmission while a central focus of wireless Continue reading

Design and Evaluation of a Discrete Wavelet Transform based Multi-Signal Receiver

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General purpose receivers of today are designed with a broad bandwidth so that the receiver can accept a wide range of signal frequencies. These receivers usually accept one signal along with an y interference that is included. To increase the signal Continue reading