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A Simple Method for Design of Adaptive Filters for Sinusoidal Signals

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Kusljevic, M.D. ; Termoelektro Enel AD, Belgrade

Filtering of input signals in algorithms for measurement of power system electrical parameters is very important. Filters are used to minimize the noise effect and eliminate the presence of higher order harmonics. In addition to that, a number of measurement algorithms apply orthogonal signal components obtained by two orthogonal finite-impulse response filters. The frequency response of the filters must have nulls at the higher order harmonic frequencies that are expected to be present in the signal and must have a unity gain at the main harmonic frequency. In the case of a time-varying frequency, the filter parameters have to be adapted during frequency estimation. In this paper, a simple method for online design of digital filters for sinusoidal signals is proposed. It is based on closed-form solutions for calculating filter coefficients. A simple linear algorithm for frequency estimation was used, and a derived algorithm for online adaptation of the filter coefficients is computationally very efficient. The number of subsections in the cascade and data window lengths can also be changed, depending on the frequency variations during measurement.

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:57 ,  Issue: 10 )