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Using a dsPIC30F4011 to generating 4 PWM signals with equal duty cycles but at 90 degree phase increments

In a recent comment on one of my blog posts, Saptarshi De posed an interesting problem: How can the dsPIC30F4011 be used to generate four PWM signals of equal (but variable) duty cycle at 90 degree phase increments? Saptarshi wants … Continue reading

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Updated version of IGBT control program for buck-boost dc-dc converter

This is an updated version of my IGBT control example for the dsPIC30F4011, which appeared in an earlier post. In this version, an analog control signal on pin AN6 is used to vary the duty cycle of the waveforms produced. … Continue reading

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IGBT control in a buck-boost DC-DC converter

Reader Jil Sutaria wrote in a with a query about controlling four IGBTs in a buck-boost DC-DC converter. Some of the main features of this application are: Two pairs of IGBTs need to be controlled. Each pair of IGBTs share … Continue reading

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