To get the desired response of the sensorless Vector controlled Induction Motor (SVC-IM) by the experimental setup, the controller implementation for the creation of PWM signals is crucial. It is now conceivable, thanks to the tremendous growth of the electronic sector, which includes high-speed digital signal processors (DSPs) and microcontrollers. The various SVC-IM algorithms, notably KF, PI, GA, and PSO, were previously implemented using DSP technologies. As a result, it generates issues with time delay and PWM signal execution, among other things, as the system becomes more sophisticated. As a result, a new technique to addressing the issue of execution time is introduced, namely Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) processors, which are currently on the market. In addition, the programming is done in VHDL, a high-speed hardware description language.
GITAM (Deemed to be University Hyderabad), India.
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