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Tech Tutorial: Implement automotive BLDC motor control

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re: Tech Tutorial: Implement automotive BLDC motor control
prabhakar_deosthali   4/20/2011 5:10:03 AM
This is a very good design article. Since the simplest algorithm to control a BLDC motor is implemented using hall sensors , I would be interested to see a comparison of the hall sensor based control Vs FOC , in terms of the circuit complexity, software complexity , the advantages in terms of increase in efficiency, any advatanges related to motor protection, MOSFET protection etc.

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