A synthesis procedure of a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controller is implemented with commercially active component, AD844, called current – feed back amplifier. Furthermore, the optimum parameter tolerances for the proposed PID circuit by the use of parameter sensitivities are determined. These tolerances keep the relative error at the output of the controller due to parameter variations in tolerance region.
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