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- 1 Message from the editors
- 2 System Design
- 3 Controllers
- 4 ADC
- 5 Comparator
- 6 Processing
- 7 Encoders
- 8 Pulse width modulation (PWM)
- 9 DAC
- 10Mathematical models
- 11Important Notice

This document is intended as a valuable quick guide for often used system-level design formulae and real-time control concepts in order to help facilitate real-time control application design. We hope you find this collection of material useful.

Here is a brief overview of the key areas included:

- Mathematical Models
- First and Second Order Systems
- Filters
- Controller Types
- A/D Conversions
- Comparator Basics
- Characteristics of a Real-Time Processor
- Encoder Basics
- Pulse Width Modulation Basics
- D/A Conversions

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