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Technical science and innovation

Abstract

. The pulse-frequency control systems are widely used in radar, space industry, for control of technological processes and robots and many other areas. Today, there are various approximate and accurate methods for the analysis and synthesis of pulse-frequency systems (PFS). However, the area of the practical application of the existed methods is mainly limited to single-variable systems. The classical methods provide the consideration of the initial structures of pulse-frequency systems as a whole. This article proposes the decomposition method for modeling and research pulse-frequency automatic control systems. The method is based on the mathematical apparatus of signal-flow graphs. We can use the method for analysis and synthesis of both single-variable and multivariable automatic control systems with pulse-frequency modulation

First Page

145

Last Page

153

DOI

https://doi.org/10.51346/tstu-01.20.4-77-0093

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