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RECONSTRUCTION METHODS TO OBTAIN INVERSE STABLE SAMPLED SYSTEMS
 

Summary: TP3 - 2:30
RECONSTRUCTION METHODS TO OBTAIN
INVERSE STABLE SAMPLED SYSTEMS
K.M. Passino and P.J. Antsaklis
Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN 46556
ABSTRACT
It is shown that Fractional Order Hold and
Pulse Amplitude Modulation signal reconstruction
methods can be used to improve, in many cases, the
zero properties of the sampled transfer function
H(z) over the Zero Order Hold reconstruction.
State-Space descriptions and algorithms are used
throughout as they provide a convenient way to
study H(z) for any sampling period T. In addition,
the problem of how well the sampled H(z) models the
continuous G(s) is discussed.
INTRODUCTION
Given a continuous plant G(s), we are inter-
ested in using a reconstruction circuit to obtain

  

Source: Antsaklis, Panos - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Notre Dame

 

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