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What is the meaning of non minimum phase system?

What is the meaning of non minimum phase system?

Systems that are causal and stable whose inverses are causal and unstable are known as non-minimum-phase systems. A given non-minimum phase system will have a greater phase contribution than the minimum-phase system with the equivalent magnitude response.

What is special about minimum phase filter?

Minimum phase filters sometimes are called minimum energy delay filters because the energy of the impulse response is maximally concentrated toward the beginning of the impulse response. All zeroes in a maximum phase FIR filter are outside or on the unit circle.

What is a zero phase filter?

A zero-phase filter is a special case of a linear-phase filter in which the phase slope is . The real impulse response of a zero-phase filter is even. 11.1 That is, it satisfies. Note that every even signal is symmetric, but not every symmetric signal is even. To be even, it must be symmetric about time 0 .

Why is it called minimum phase?

A causal stable system E with transfer function H(z) with at least one zero inside the unit circle and at least one zero outside the unit circle is called mixed phase. Minimum phase systems are important because they have a stable inverse G(z)=1/H(z).

How does a zero block an input signal?

In general, each zero blocks a specific input signal multiplied by an arbitrary constant. In the case of a non- minimum-phase zero, that is, an open-right-half-plane zero, the blocked signal is unbounded.

What is the effect of RHP zero on the stability of the system?

In general, if you take gain crossover frequency as one tenth of the right half plane zero frequency, your system will be stable. This phenomena of instant fall in voltage and then raising towards the reference value becomes a right half plane zero in the transfer function.

When do RHP zeros attract closed loop poles?

In my opinion, the Evans Root Locus method is the best to understand the role of RHP zeros. Overall, RHP zeros “attract” closed loop poles when the controller gain increases (you can write the PI as a function of one gain K). Then, the system becomes unstable when the closed loop poles are RHP.