Miro Milanovic

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This paper presents a pulsewidth modulation (PWM) algorithm for a three-phase ac–dc rectifier, where the third and fifth harmonics are indicated in the input phase voltages. A mathematical analysis, which includes this voltage harmonic’s components, shows that the unity input displacement factor (IDF) can be reached by appropriate evaluation of duty-cycle(More)
An RCD clamp circuit is usually used in flyback converters, in order to limit the voltage spikes caused by leakage transformer inductance. Oscillation ringing appears due to the clamp diode, which deteriorates the converter’s power rate. This brief describes this ringing phenomenon and the use of an RC-RCD clamp circuit for damping the clamp diode’s(More)
This article proposes a novel method for the temperature-compensated inductance-to-frequency converter with a single quartz crystal oscillating in the switching oscillating circuit to achieve better temperature stability of the converter. The novelty of this method lies in the switching-mode converter, the use of additionally connected impedances in(More)
This paper describes a complete digital controlled dc-dc buck converter performed by FPGA circuitry. All tasks as are analog to digital conversion, control algorithm and pulse width modulation were implemented in the FPGA. This approach enables high-speed dynamic response and programmability of the controller without external passive components and more the(More)
This paper presents a complete digitally controlled dc–dc buck converter performed by FPGA circuitry. All tasks, analog to digital conversion, control algorithm and pulse width modulation, were implemented in the FPGA. This approach enables high-speed dynamic response and programmability by the controller, without external passive components. In addition,(More)
A new method for the automated measurement of the hysteresis of the temperature-compensated inductance-to-frequency converter with a single quartz crystal is proposed. The new idea behind this method is a converter with two programmable analog switches enabling the automated measurement of the converter hysteresis, as well as the temperature compensation of(More)
This paper presents a current sensing principle appropriate for use in power electronics' converters. This current measurement principle has been developed for metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor (MOS-FET) and is based on U(DS) voltage measurement. In practice, shunt resistors and Hall effect sensors are usually used for these purposes, but(More)