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- Glen Luckjiff, Ian Dobson
- 2001

—A novel application and generalization of sigma–delta (61) modulation has emerged in three-phase power-electronic converters. A conventional 61 modulator with scalar signals and binary quantizer is generalized to a 61 modulator with vector signals and a hexagonal quantizer. Indeed, power-electronic switching states may be thought of as determining the… (More)

- Glen Luckjiff, Ian Dobson
- 2005

—Design techniques for 61 modulators from communications are applied and adapted to improve the spectral characteristics of high frequency power electronic applications. A high frequency power electronic circuit can be regarded as a quantizer in an interpolative 61modulator.Wereviewonedimensional61 modulators and then generalize to the hexagonal sigma-delta… (More)

- G. Luckjiff, I. Dobson
- ISCAS
- 1999

A new application of sigma-delta modulation has emerged in soft switching three phase power electronic converters. For this application, a conventional sigma-delta modulator with scalar signals and binary quantizer is generalized to a sigma-delta modulator with vector signals and a truncated hexagonal lattice quantizer. This vector sigma-delta mod-ulator… (More)

- Glen Luckjiff, Ian Dobson
- 2003

Design techniques for sigma-delta modulators from communications are applied and adapted to improve the spectral characteristics of high frequency power electronic applications. A high frequency power electronic circuit can be regarded as a quantizer in an interpolative Σ∆ modulator. We review one dimensional sigma-delta modulators and then generalize to… (More)

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