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Pulse Width Modulation Implementation using FPGA and CPLD Ic
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Jakirhusen I. Tamboli, Prof. Satyawan R. Jagtap, Amol R. Sutar
Pulse width modulation, Field programmable gate array, CPLD, counte
Pulse width modulation (PWM) has been widely used in power converter control. Most high power level converters operate at switching frequencies in excess of 1 MHz at high power levels can be achieved using the planar transformer technology. PWM control is the most powerful technique that offers a simple method for controlling of analog systems with processors digital output. The resulting PWM frequency depends on the target FPGA or CPLD device speed and duty cycle resolution requirements. The contribution of this paper is the development of high frequency PWM generator architecture for power converter control using FPGA and CPLD ICs.
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