Comparators in Power System

Coincidence Type Phase Comparator

Coincidence Type Phase Comparator: The basic concept of phase comparison is simpler in that it is possible to deal with signals of equal strength whose coincidence (or noncoinecidence) is readily measurable. Considering two sinusoidal signals S1 and S2, the period of coincidence of S1 and S2 will depend on the phase difference between S1 and S2. […]

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Phase Comparator Circuit

Phase Comparator Circuit: Phase Comparator Circuit technique is the most widely used for all practical directional, distance, differential and carrier relays. If the two input signals are S1 and S2 the output occurs when the inputs have a phase relationship lying within specified limits. Both inputs must exist for an output to occur; ideally, operation

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Static Amplitude Comparator

Static Amplitude Comparator: If the two input signals are S1 and S2 the amplitude comparator gives positive (yes) output only if S2/S1 ≤ K (Fig. (11.1)), S1 is the operating quantity and S2 is the restraining quantity. Ideally, the comparison of the two input signals is independent of their level and their phase relationship. The function

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