The problems of signal transmission delay, actuator data packet dropout, and measurement quantization in nonlinear networked control systems are investigated in this paper. First, a nonlinear system is represented as a series of linear systems through T–S fuzzy modeling, then the problem of actuator data packet dropout is solved through the introduction of a diagonal matrix; second, the problem of maintaining order is solved through the ZOH, and the problem of limited bandwidth is solved through the measurement quantization; and finally, the controller is designed to compensate the actuator data packet dropout.
Nonlinear networked control system T–S fuzzy model Time-delay Limited bandwidth Actuator data packet dropout
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