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dsPIC30f4011 sinusoidal PWM generation

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Hi,
i'm trying to do my project by using dsPIC30f4011 to generate 5kHz 3 phase sine wave with PWM module. inputs are 2 variable voltage (0-5V) into ADC module then change float to integer and generate ramp signal to find the angle of input value then use park (Iα,Iβ»Id,Iq) and inverse clarke (Id,Iq»Ia,Ib,Ic) transform to get 3 phase signal and send to PWM module. it will gets 3 pulse signals. Finally, put signals to i2c module to connect with DAC converter.
Is my idea OK?
can anybody give me idea or sample code.

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In the past I used a MCP4101 digital pot which has an SPI interface to generate sine waves of approx 2KHz
MCP41010

not sure if it would work at 5KHz but worth considering
the alternative is a DAC - for example I used Integra development boards with Texas DSP processors and high speed DACs to generate frequencies of 1 to 10 MHz
 

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thanks for reply


Now, I have problem about Qmath (it's use in changing float to integer), i don't know to write code in C.
can you give me some example code.

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it depends on what you are trying to do, e.g. the range of float values and what size integer you are converting too.
e.g. if you are driving a 12bit DAC (range -2048 to +2047 ) from a sine function (range -1.0 to +1.0) you could do something like
Code:
   int DACvalue= (int) (2047.0 * sin(angle));
 
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My inputs are 2 voltage values (vary 0-5V) into 10 bit ADC , i want to change these inputs from float to integer for taken to use in park transform calculation.
can you give exam code and some advice for me

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a 10bit ADC would give output 0 to 1023 or -512 to 511 for the full range input depending on how it is set up.
Assuming 0 to 1023 - 0 volts would be represented by 0 and 5 volts by 1023 so conversion from ADC value to a float voltage would be
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   float voltage = 5.0f* ADCvalue / 1023.0f;
would give you a value in the range 0 to 5.0
 

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your post has useful for me.
I will do follow your advice, thank you very much.

At this moment,i use i2c module to connect ADC converter
can anyone give me some code and idea.

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any particular reason why you are not using the ADC of the dsPIC30f4011 ?

here is some sample code to drive the I2C interface of a PIC24 (the dsPIC should be similar)
Code:
// i2cFunctions.c - to drive I2C2 interface


#define USE_AND_OR
#include "i2c.h"
#include "Hardware.h"
#include "stdio.h" 
#include "timer.h" 


static int I2C2address=0; 		// address of I2C2 device

//    This routine is used to write a byte to the I2C2 bus. The input parameter data_out is written to the 
//    I2C2TRN register. If IWCOL bit is set,write collision has occured and -1 is returned, 
//    if acknowledge timeout return -2, else 0 is returned.			 
char MasterWriteI2C2(const unsigned char data_out)
{
    I2C2TRN = data_out;						// write data byte
    if(I2C2STATbits.BCL) 
       { printf("I2C Master bus collision detect %0x\n", I2C2STAT); return -1; }        /* If write collision occurs,return -1 */
    if(I2C2STATbits.IWCOL) 
       { printf("I2C write collision detect %0x\n", I2C2STAT); return -1; }        /* If write collision occurs,return -1 */
    int timeOutCount=10000;
    while(I2C2STATbits.TBF || I2C2CONbits.SEN || I2C2CONbits.PEN || I2C2CONbits.RCEN || I2C2CONbits.ACKEN || I2C2STATbits.TRSTAT || I2C2STATbits.ACKSTAT)
       if(!timeOutCount--) { printf("\n\rMasterWriteI2C2 address %#x timeout config %#x status %#x \n\r", I2C2address, I2C2CON, I2C2STAT);	return -2; }
    //    printf(" %0x ", I2C2STAT);
    return 0;
}

//  This routine is used to write out an array to the 
// I2C2 bus.If write collision occurs,-3 is sent.If 
//  Nack is received, -2 is sent.If arrayis written 0 is returned. 				 
static unsigned int MasterPutArrayI2C2(const unsigned char * wrptr, int count)
{
    int i=0;
    while(count--)                           //transmit data
    {
        if((i=MasterWriteI2C2(*wrptr)) < 0) return i;	    // write a byte - return on error
        wrptr++;
    }
    return 0;			
}

// write to I2C2 address array wrptr of length, if sendStop is 1 send a STOP at end
int writeI2C2(const int address, const unsigned char *wrptr, int length, int sendStop)
  {
   unsigned int i2cbrg=((SYSCLK/100000L)-(SYSCLK/1111111L))-1;	/* Baud rate is set for 100 Khz */  
   unsigned int config1 = (I2C_ON | I2C_IDLE_CON | I2C_CLK_HLD	/* Configure I2C for 7 bit address mode */
     | I2C_IPMI_DIS | I2C_7BIT_ADD   | I2C_SLW_DIS | I2C_SM_DIS |
     I2C_GCALL_DIS | I2C_STR_DIS |   I2C_NACK | I2C_ACK_DIS | I2C_RCV_DIS |
     I2C_STOP_DIS | I2C_RESTART_DIS  | I2C_START_DIS);
   // problem with Master bus colision on PIC24s, see
   //   http://forum.microchip.com/tm.aspx?m=271183&mpage=1&key=
   TRISAbits.TRISA3=0;
   LATAbits.LATA3 = 0;   //where LATBx = the SDAx pin
   LATAbits.LATA3 = 1;
   OpenI2C2(config1,i2cbrg);									/* open the I2C2 device */
   //printf("\nwrite I2C2 %#x %0x %0x I2C stat %0x \n", address,config1,i2cbrg,I2C2STAT);
   IdleI2C2();
   StartI2C2();												/* send START */
   while(I2C2CONbits.SEN );									/* Wait till Start sequence is completed */
   if(MasterWriteI2C2(I2C2address=address) < 0) return -1;	/* Write Slave address and set master for transmission */
   if(MasterPutArrayI2C2(wrptr, length) < 0) return -1;		/* Transmit string of data */
   if(!sendStop) return 0;
   StopI2C2();												/* send STOP */
   while(I2C2CONbits.PEN);									/* Wait till stop sequence is completed */
   CloseI2C2();
   return 0;
}


// read from I2C2 device address
// initially send tx_data (length tx_length), restart and read rx_length bytes into rs_data
int readI2C2(int address, unsigned char *tx_data, int tx_length, unsigned char * rx_data, int rx_length)
{
   //int i;
   unsigned int i2c_data_wait= 11152;
   //printf("\n\rread I2C2 %#x ", address);
   writeI2C2(address,tx_data, tx_length, 0);		// send address and register number etc
   RestartI2C2();     							// send RESTART ready for a read!
   while(I2C2CONbits.RSEN );						// wait for restart complete 
   if(MasterWriteI2C2(address+1)<0)return -1;	/* Write Slave address and set master for read */   
   if(MastergetsI2C2(rx_length, rx_data, i2c_data_wait)!=0)return -1;	// read data from slave
   // uart2_puts("\n\rread  ");
   // for(i=0;i<rx_length;i++) { printHex(rx_data[i],uart2_putchar); uart2_putchar(' ');}
   StopI2C2();									/* send stop */  
   while(I2C2CONbits.PEN);						/* Wait till stop sequence is completed */
   CloseI2C2();									// close I2C2 device
   return 0;
}
I appeared to use it for reading the EUI-48 node address from a Microchip 24AA02E48 serial EEPROM
Code:
// read 24AA02E48 serail EEPROM with EUI-48 node identy 
int read24AA02E48MACaddress(void)
{
   // MAC address is at EPROM address FAhex
   unsigned char data[10] ={0xfa}, check[3]={0, 0x4,0xa3};						// read from 0xfa
   int i;
   printf("read 24AA02E48 serail EEPROM with EUI-48 node identy\n");
   readI2C(address, data, 1, data, 6);		// read 6 bytes
   // if node ID does not exist return otherwise set it up
 
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thank you very much for your reply,
i will taken to apply in my project.
 

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