6.302 Feedback System Design
Learn-by-design introduction to continuous and discrete-time system modeling and feedback control. Topics include performance metrics; time- and frequency-domain model extraction and classical control; and basic state-space control. Students apply the control concepts in weekly labs and in a midterm project. Labs involve designing circuits and software, and using sensors and a high-performance microcontroller, to address control problems, such as positioning a motor- or propeller-actuated robot arm, reducing distortion in a PWM-based audio amplifier, eliminating field crosstalk for a magnetic-resonance imager, stabilizing magnetic levitation, balancing a two-wheel vehicle. Students taking graduate version complete additional assignments and an extra lab on observer-based state-space control. Intended for students who have previous laboratory experience with electronic systems.
Lecture occurs 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM on Tuesdays in 1-390.
This class counts for a total of 12 credits.
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