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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF INVERTED SINE PWM TECHNIQUE FOR AN ASYMMETRIC CASCADED MULTILEVEL INVERTER

@inproceedings{Seyezhai2009PERFORMANCEEO,
  title={PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF INVERTED SINE PWM TECHNIQUE FOR AN ASYMMETRIC CASCADED MULTILEVEL INVERTER},
  author={R. Seyezhai and Badrilal L. Mathur},
  year={2009}
}
Multilevel inverter (MLI) is a new breed of power converter that is suited for high power applications. The various topologies of MLI are diode –clamped, capacitor clamped and cascaded H-bridge inverter[1].This paper focuses on cascaded MLI using two unequal dc sources in order to produce a seven-level output. The proposed topology reduces the number of dc sources and switching elements. Various modulation methods have been reported for the MLI in the literature [2], but this paper emphasis on… 

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