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1 ECE 483. Digital Control Systems Analysis and Design Instructor: Jianghai Hu • Office: MSEE 220 • Tel: 6-2395 • Email: [email protected] • Office Hours: TTh 2-3pm Textbook Digital Control System Analysis and Design , C. L. Phillips and H. T. Nagle, 3rd edition, ISBN 0-13-309832-X Lec. 1. Control Systems Overview • Reading: Chapter 1 • What is control? – Use of algorithms and feedback to affect the operation of physical objects of interest (systems) to achieve some desired performance Physical Objects: Plant, Process, System Input output
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2 Examples of Control Systems Robotic Arm Control Room Temperature Control Air Traffic Control Continuous-Time (Analog) Control Systems + controller plant A simple analog feedback control system: Plant and controller are continuous-time systems • continuous-time input and output signals • modeled by linear differential equations, or transfer functions
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3 Example: Satellite Suppose that the antenna of the satellite needs to point to the earth. Thus the satellite can only rotate around a particular axis
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