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When matrix converter (MC) and high-frequency link (HFL) are combined together, they become more complex and gain a safe commutation for the use of high-frequency transformer. To realize energy conversion and transmission, and to achieve reliable and safe commutation at the same time are particularly important and desirable. HFL matrix converter (HFLMC) can be divided into two types: high-frequency link matrix inverter (HFLMI) and high-frequency link matrix rectifier (HFLMR). A three-phase output HFLMI is selected as the object of this study, and a novel integration sinusoidal pulse width modulation (SPWM) control strategy with one-step adaptive commutation based on De-Re-coupling idea is proposed for it. After expounding on the De-Re-coupling idea, a kind of HFLMC equivalent circuit model based on the high-frequency transformer equivalent circuit is built up. Then, a detailed analysis of the voltage stress on power devices of the HFLMC by using this model is performed. A safe operation evaluation criterion of HFLMC is also gained. A suggestion of how to select carrier wave for integration SPWM is ascertained through detail discussion, and two kinds of specific Re-coupling logic circuits are presented, and at last some experimental results are shown to make a certification for feasibility and effectiveness of the new proposed SPWM strategy.