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ELE 809

Digital Control System Design

This course deals with the theory on the design of digital control systems and their implementation. Major topics include: State-space system model. Discrete-time signals and systems; z-transform. Sampling: the ideal sampler, data reconstruction, quantization effects. Discrete equivalents to continuous-time transfer functions. Stability analysis: Jury's stability test; root locus; Nyquist stability criterion. Design of digital control systems: transform techniques; stat-space techniques. Hardware and software aspects in implementation. Laboratory work will include experiments on PID controller, and sate feedback controller design of an electro-mechanical system.
Weekly Contact: Lab:2 hrs. Lecture:3 hrs.
GPA Weight: 1.00
Course Count: 1.00
Billing Units: 1


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