Quantized Feedback Control for Networked Control Systems Under Communication Constraints
Keywords:networked control systems (NCSs), quantized feedback control, communication constraints, feedback stabilization
This paper investigates the feedback stabilization problem for networked control systems (NCSs) with unbound process noise, where sensors and controllers are connected via noiseless digital channels carrying a finite number of bits per unit time. A sufficient condition for stabilization of NCSs, which relies on a variable-rate digital link used to transmit state measurements, is derived. A lower bound of data rates, above which there exists a quantization, coding and control scheme to guarantee both stabilization and a prescribed control performance of the unstable discrete-time plant, is presented. An illustrative example is given to demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed method.
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