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motor controlling using DSP controller??

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fvken2

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hi everyone, i'm new here.. just wonder if anyone can give me some guidance and help for me. i'm now working with a project on DC motor controlling using DSP controller (MSK243).. has anyone use this kind of controller b4? if yes, how m i going to start with it.. besides, want to come out with a motor controlling program which can be downloaded into the controller.. any idea? help me by sending posting some algorithms, code etc.. thanks.. help is very much appreciated.
 

lindiwe

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Somebody help me I'm so desperately please

Hi! I would like you guys to help. I'm stuck I don't know what to do right now. I've been trying to do a research on this project (Motor Speed Controller that regulates the speed of a motor by accepting the setpoint and will have a sensor to provide a feedback signal in order to generate an error signal for the controller). I like to know if there's anyone has done this projects before because what I find about this project is that it used PMW. :cry:

[/b]can you please reply me on my Email address
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kinjalgp

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Small correction lindiwe. Its PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) and not PMW.

I have done this project before. Let me know what exact problem are you facing. Is it with generation of PWM?
 

fvken2

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serial communication interfacing PC(XP) and MSK243 (DSP)

kinjalgp, hope to get some info fr you. how to link the user interface (VB), or send/receive data to the controller (MSK243, DSP)? i get to know that monwin32.dll is the library in VB that i can use. but i don't really know how to use the function inside. e.g "initcom", "exitcom" etc... can i get some information about this? thanks
 
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