Analysis and design of microprocessor-controlled peak-power-tracking system
Analyses and designs of a peak-power tracking system using microprocessor control are performed. Large-signal stability of the system for various modes of operation is analyzed to predict system dynamics. The stability analysis is supported mainly by qualitative graphical representations of different component blocks of the system. Small-signal stability analysis around the equilibrium points is done to assure proper performance and operation of this particular peak-power tracking system. Specific design details and procedures are discussed, and predictions from the analyses are verified through hardware.