Analog quadrature signal to phase angle data conversion by a quadrature digitizer and quadrature counter
Abstract
The quadrature phase angle .phi.(t) of a pair of quadrature signals S.sub.1 (t) and S.sub.2 (t) is digitally encoded on a real time basis by a quadrature digitizer for fractional .phi.(t) rotational excursions and by a quadrature up/down counter for full .phi.(t) rotations. The pair of quadrature signals are of the form S.sub.1 (t)=k(t) sin .phi.(t) and S.sub.2 (t)=k(t) cos .phi.(t) where k(t) is a signal common to both. The quadrature digitizer and the quadrature up/down counter may be used together or singularly as desired or required. Optionally, a digitaltoanalog converter may follow the outputs of the quadrature digitizer and the quadrature up/down counter to provide an analog signal output of the quadrature phase angle .phi.(t).
 Inventors:

 Los Alamos, NM
 Issue Date:
 Research Org.:
 Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States)
 OSTI Identifier:
 864845
 Patent Number(s):
 4426620
 Assignee:
 United States of America as represented by United States (Washington, DC)
 Patent Classifications (CPCs):

G  PHYSICS G01  MEASURING G01R  MEASURING ELECTRIC VARIABLES
 DOE Contract Number:
 W7405ENG36
 Resource Type:
 Patent
 Country of Publication:
 United States
 Language:
 English
 Subject:
 analog; quadrature; signal; phase; angle; data; conversion; digitizer; counter; phi; pair; signals; digitally; encoded; time; basis; fractional; rotational; excursions; rotations; form; cos; common; singularly; desired; required; optionally; digitaltoanalog; converter; follow; outputs; provide; output; signal output; quadrature phase; phase angle; analog signal; quadrature signals; digitaltoanalog converter; time basis; analog converter; quadrature signal; digitally encoded; /324/327/
Citation Formats
Buchenauer, C Jerald. Analog quadrature signal to phase angle data conversion by a quadrature digitizer and quadrature counter. United States: N. p., 1984.
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@article{osti_864845,
title = {Analog quadrature signal to phase angle data conversion by a quadrature digitizer and quadrature counter},
author = {Buchenauer, C Jerald},
abstractNote = {The quadrature phase angle .phi.(t) of a pair of quadrature signals S.sub.1 (t) and S.sub.2 (t) is digitally encoded on a real time basis by a quadrature digitizer for fractional .phi.(t) rotational excursions and by a quadrature up/down counter for full .phi.(t) rotations. The pair of quadrature signals are of the form S.sub.1 (t)=k(t) sin .phi.(t) and S.sub.2 (t)=k(t) cos .phi.(t) where k(t) is a signal common to both. The quadrature digitizer and the quadrature up/down counter may be used together or singularly as desired or required. Optionally, a digitaltoanalog converter may follow the outputs of the quadrature digitizer and the quadrature up/down counter to provide an analog signal output of the quadrature phase angle .phi.(t).},
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year = {1984},
month = {1}
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