Analysis and Design of Digital Control Systems. Part II. Principles and Techniques.
ARMY MISSILE RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING LAB REDSTONE ARSENAL ALA GUIDANCE AND CONTROL DIRECTORATE
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In discrete-time feedback control system design, the use of nonrecursive compensators has advantages. However, the existing methods for designing such compensators are difficult. This report 1 lays the foundation necessary to understand window effects by investigating the basic properties of Gibbs phenomena in both the time and the frequency domains, 2 analyzes the stability and performance aspects of discrete-time feedback systems via the Fast Fourier Transform FFT algorithm, and 3 formulates a computer-oriented nonrecursive compensator design procedure. Author