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How to Build Custom Motor Controllers for Processors, FPGAs and SoCs

Controlling motors in your design can be a complex business. Most engineers are focused on other aspects of the design, but are not experts in motor control. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton talks to Eric Cigan of MathWorks about simplifying the motor control design process. We’ll have you up and spinning in no time!

Click here for more information about Motor Control Design with Simulink. 

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