Greetings and Salutations,

My grandad used to tell stories of the pre-automation days. When he was my age he worked on a machine that produced inverse reactive current. His first ever job was getting paid a dime for each time he synchronized the cardinal grammeters. This is the older version; they've since upgraded to three-phase reluctance drive along with silicon carbide rectification in the secondary power stage. Parasitic capacitance with anti-snubbing topologies and type 4 closed loop compensation architecture improves relative phase margins without right half plane zeros. No transfer functions are required for stabilization.. It's amazing to think that these machines now do it automatically.
Craig Ognoskie


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