Single Phase Voltage Source Inverter Using IGBT

This is an example for a single phase Voltage Source Inverter circuit. This design shows the usage of IGBT as the switching element and generation of the PWM signals to drive the IGBT circuit. Varying frequency modulation ratio (mf) and/or amplitude modulation ratio (ma) controls the PWM signal and hence the load voltage. 
mf = frequency modulation ratio (= carrier frequency/modulation frequency)
ma = amplitude modulation ratio (= vcntl/vtri)

Circuit Snapshot:

Refer to the attached snapshot "single_phase_inverter.png".

How To Use:
  1. Download the attached design folder "".
  2. Extract the files to any location on your PC.
  3. Navigate to the directory where the unzipped file is available.
  4. Open the file that has the extension ".ai_dsn".
  5. Perform the analysis as per the settings given in the Quick Analysis box inside the schematic and plot the signals listed to understand the behavior of the design.
For more information, please refer to README file available in the design folder.


This example works only in SaberRD Commercial Edition.
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