In this note a globally stable methodology is proposed to estimate the frequency, phase, and amplitude of a sinusoidal signal affected by additive structured and bounded unstructured disturbances. The structured disturbances belong to the class of time-polynomial signals incorporating both bias and drift phenomena. Stability and robustness results are given by resorting to Input-to-State stability arguments. Simulation comparative results show the effectiveness of the proposed technique.

Robust Sinusoid Identification with Structured and Unstructured Measurement Uncertainties

PIN, GILBERTO;PARISINI, Thomas;
2014

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In this note a globally stable methodology is proposed to estimate the frequency, phase, and amplitude of a sinusoidal signal affected by additive structured and bounded unstructured disturbances. The structured disturbances belong to the class of time-polynomial signals incorporating both bias and drift phenomena. Stability and robustness results are given by resorting to Input-to-State stability arguments. Simulation comparative results show the effectiveness of the proposed technique.
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