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Old 30th January 2013, 05:50 PM   #11
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PIC16F887 (8-bit) processor a has limited instruction set , consider investigating Microchip`s dsPIC processor line 16bit processor.. which allows you to leverage all math operators which you definitely need to use when performing control loop dsp feedback algorithms used in class d
which is extremely hard. good luck exploring this area.

Analog electronics still provides simple to use building blocks with fairly forgiving design results compared to digital dsp algorithms.

I think eva can help in this area shes involved in dsp processing for switching converters. show us your work eva
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