Publication detail

Cascade Control of SATCOM on the Move (SOTM) Antennas with Jacobian Operator

CELIK, M. HANCIOGLU, O. BOGOSYAN, S. BASTL, M. NAJMAN, J. GREPL, R.

Original Title

Cascade Control of SATCOM on the Move (SOTM) Antennas with Jacobian Operator

English Title

Cascade Control of SATCOM on the Move (SOTM) Antennas with Jacobian Operator

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Increasing demand in SATCOM systems has led to the development of Satcom on the Move (SOTM) antennas. Performance, light weight, low cost, and high data rate are the required parameters in the designing of SOTM antenna. The designer has to make a suitable system with respect to these design parameters. With this aim, this paper proposes a 4 axes antenna capable of 3 axes stabilization to compensate for the disturbance. With adding the position controller, the antenna can point and track the satellite on the mobile platforms. Due to the singularity problem in this type of antenna, the 3 axes stabilized antenna system is used in this paper. The kinematic equations and Jacobian operator are derived for calculation of the necessary axis feedback and look angles. The Jacobian operator with MEMS sensor which is a cost-effective solution. Furthermore, we propose PI-based stabilization for the stabilization controller and PID based pointing for the position controller. To verify the proposed algorithms, different disturbances are applied to the system.

English abstract

Increasing demand in SATCOM systems has led to the development of Satcom on the Move (SOTM) antennas. Performance, light weight, low cost, and high data rate are the required parameters in the designing of SOTM antenna. The designer has to make a suitable system with respect to these design parameters. With this aim, this paper proposes a 4 axes antenna capable of 3 axes stabilization to compensate for the disturbance. With adding the position controller, the antenna can point and track the satellite on the mobile platforms. Due to the singularity problem in this type of antenna, the 3 axes stabilized antenna system is used in this paper. The kinematic equations and Jacobian operator are derived for calculation of the necessary axis feedback and look angles. The Jacobian operator with MEMS sensor which is a cost-effective solution. Furthermore, we propose PI-based stabilization for the stabilization controller and PID based pointing for the position controller. To verify the proposed algorithms, different disturbances are applied to the system.

Keywords

SOTM antenna;manipulator stabilization;redundant robot;cascade control;

Released

10.02.2020

Publisher

IEEE

Location

Delft,Nizozemsko

ISBN

978-1-7281-3787-2

Book

2019 IEEE 7th International Conference on Control, Mechatronics and Automation ICCMA 2019

Pages from

416

Pages to

422

Pages count

7

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT162383,
  author="Mustafa {Celik} and Oguz Kaan {Hancioglu} and Seta {Bogosyan} and Michal {Bastl} and Jan {Najman} and Robert {Grepl}",
  title="Cascade Control of SATCOM on the Move (SOTM) Antennas with Jacobian Operator",
  annote="Increasing demand in SATCOM systems has led to the development of Satcom on the Move (SOTM) antennas. Performance, light weight, low cost, and high data rate are the required parameters in the designing of SOTM antenna. The designer has to make a suitable system with respect to these design parameters. With this aim, this paper proposes a 4 axes antenna capable of 3 axes stabilization to compensate for the disturbance. With adding the position controller, the antenna can point and track the satellite on the mobile platforms. Due to the singularity problem in this type of antenna, the 3 axes stabilized antenna system is used in this paper. The kinematic equations and Jacobian operator are derived for calculation of the necessary axis feedback and look angles. The Jacobian operator with MEMS sensor which is a cost-effective solution. Furthermore, we propose PI-based stabilization for the stabilization controller and PID based pointing for the position controller. To verify the proposed algorithms, different disturbances are applied to the system.",
  address="IEEE",
  booktitle="2019 IEEE 7th International Conference on Control, Mechatronics and Automation ICCMA 2019",
  chapter="162383",
  doi="10.1109/ICCMA46720.2019.8988673",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IEEE",
  year="2020",
  month="february",
  pages="416--422",
  publisher="IEEE",
  type="conference paper"
}