Santiago Lentijo

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─ Digital control systems require sophisticated testing procedures before final implementation. Recently, various procedures for rapid prototyping have been proposed. However, in many cases they focus on implementation into platforms that are different from the final target. In this paper, we focus on a testing procedure for micro-controller-based control(More)
—This paper presents an evaluation of two interface design solutions for power hardware-in-the-loop experiments. The evaluation is performed according to four figures of merit that focus on both the dynamic and steady-state performances of the interface systems. An analytical process is then used to both compare the different interfaces and, more(More)
This work introduces the first step in a version of a wide-bandwidth, frequency-agile power interface that can sit between a simulation environment and real electrical hardware. Silicon (Si) technology is incapable of meeting the extreme switching demands of such a power interface, while gallium-nitride (GaN) technology is best suited for this application.(More)
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