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A squarewave inverter is a simple piece of garbage. Most cheap inverters have a modified sinewave (actually a modified squarewave) output.
I found a brand new inverter thrown away still in its unopened package. I took it to the store for a refund and was given only $9.99 because it has a squarewave output which will not power many modern products.
Why bother simulating a simple inverter whose output voltage might not be regulated? School homework?
yes you are absolutely right.pure sine wave is the best and modified operates most of the devices.but my project requires dc to ac inversion which is a minor and small part of the project.and i need that poor square wave inverter simulation to use in my project which is extensive and i need that square wave inverter part to simulate.