Write 5 pages with APA style on Amplification, Rectification and Applications in Motor Design. The study of this course can further be summarised as, optimizing the motor circuits both analogue and digital, designing the digital circuit parameters, circuits both the analogue and digital that are meant for the amplifiers, designing low-pass filters of the system, designing the 7-segment display decoders of the system, and finally, simulating the various components of the whole system.
Following the course guidelines when designing the system, it is advisable that all the current signals must be converted to milli ammeters that range from 2.5 mA to -2.5 mA. The required range of voltage signals for the system should range from a voltage of 3V to a voltage of 2V. After fulfilling the conversion recommendations of the system, suppress any noise that may be available in the system AC signal with frequencies exceeding 100 Hz. When all the parameters of concern have been validated, the conversion of the analog circuit to the digital circuit then follows while maintaining the A-D converter at 8-bit. Finally, relay the digital signal of the 8-bit to the 7-segment in order to get the display. The system’s ADC clock is relayed by the converter.
The circuit design of the motor is discussed with regard to its two components thus, systems analogue circuit and systems digital circuit. The functionality of the systems analogue circuit is based on signals that emanate from the low currents and are converted to signals of the voltage and finally the noise is filtered from the signals that originate from the alternating current of the system. Various components make up the analog circuit thus, circuit rectifiers, circuit low-pass filters, and circuit amplifiers. (Langevin & Riopel 2005). .
Alternative Current Voltage (ACV) is converted to the signals of the DCV with the help of SCR. The low-pass filters of the system are used to filter any noise present in the ACVS after the amplification and the amplifiers are finally used to amplify signals of lower magnitudes of current to the recommended ranges of the VS.
The digital circuit components are classified into various categories thus, A-D converters of the system, synchronous counter that is 8-bit, SSD decoders, and BCD decoders. The D-A converters help to convert the ACS to the DCS. BCD-SSD converters of the system are useful in the display of system signals that are converted digitally on the 7-SUD (segment unit of the display) (Langevin & Riopel 2005).