Space vector pulsewidth modulation — A status review
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The technique of space vector pulsewidth modulation (SVM) is reviewed. The basic principle of SVM is derived and is compared with sinetriangle PWM. Operation in the overmodulation range is explained. Extension of SVM to other inverter-motor combinations such as three level inverters and split phase motors are discussed.
KeywordsPulsewidth modulation (PWM) space vectors space vector modulation (SVM)
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