Optimal noise shaping for Networked Control Systems

@article{Silva2007OptimalNS,
  title={Optimal noise shaping for Networked Control Systems},
  author={Eduardo I. Silva and Graham C. Goodwin and Daniel E. Quevedo and Milan S. Derpich},
  journal={2007 European Control Conference (ECC)},
  year={2007},
  pages={577-584}
}
In Networked Control Systems (NCS's) achievable performance is limited by the characteristics of the communication links used to transmit signals in the loop. In this paper we focus on ideal bit-rate limited channels, i.e., channels in which signals need to be quantized prior to transmission. We use noise shaping quantization ideas to develop a novel NCS architecture that takes quantization into account. Using linear time invariant system theoretical tools, we show how to design a noise shaping… CONTINUE READING
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