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Original language | English |
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Patent number | 8957654 |

Publication status | Published - 2014 Apr 10 |

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*Monitoring method with function of correlation-based system identification*, Patent No. 8957654.

**Monitoring method with function of correlation-based system identification.** / Tsai, Chien-Hung (Inventor).

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T1 - Monitoring method with function of correlation-based system identification

AU - Tsai, Chien-Hung

PY - 2014/4/10

Y1 - 2014/4/10

N2 - A monitoring method with a function of correlation-based system identification applicable for a digitally controlled DC-DC converter system is revealed. The monitoring method includes a plurality of steps. After the system is operated in a steady state, input a pseudo random binary sequence signal into the system via a pseudo random binary sequence generator and store the pseudo random binary sequence signal and an output signal of a path to be monitored in a memory unit. Then perform a correlation analysis of data stored in the memory unit by a correlation analysis module and output an impulse response. Next obtain a frequency response of the impulse response by a discrete-time Fourier transform module. Finally, smooth the frequency response by an adaptive sliding window

AB - A monitoring method with a function of correlation-based system identification applicable for a digitally controlled DC-DC converter system is revealed. The monitoring method includes a plurality of steps. After the system is operated in a steady state, input a pseudo random binary sequence signal into the system via a pseudo random binary sequence generator and store the pseudo random binary sequence signal and an output signal of a path to be monitored in a memory unit. Then perform a correlation analysis of data stored in the memory unit by a correlation analysis module and output an impulse response. Next obtain a frequency response of the impulse response by a discrete-time Fourier transform module. Finally, smooth the frequency response by an adaptive sliding window

M3 - Patent

M1 - 8957654

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