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I want to design three phase sine wave inverter using Arduino I found this link with circuit diagram and simulation results but he did not provide code. can anyone help me with code http://microcontrollerslab.com/three-phase-sine-wave-inverter/

  • The author explains the design of the code in microcontrollerslab.com/… – Dave X Jun 3 '16 at 21:28
  • It's a pretty cool article-Bilal Malik varies the duty cycle of a 20kHz PWM with a look-up table to produce 50 PWM cycles of a rising quarter-sine-wave, 50 cycles back down, then switches the polarity and does it again, using it to drive an H-bridge feeding a transformer. – Dave X Jun 3 '16 at 21:36
  • This guy is doing the same. His code is free of charge. eprojectszone.com/… – PimV Jan 7 at 10:05
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At the end of the page you are linking to, there is this notice: "Code for three phase inverter is not free of cost. If you want to purchase code, you can contact me at bilalmalikuet@gmail.com"

If you are Bilal Malik, you should already have the code since you are offering to sell it - unless you want someone here to write it for free so you can sell it afterward.

If you are NOT Bilal Malik, you should not impersonate someone else here.

I am not a huge fan of the concept of intellectual property, but it seems you are trying to do something shady here.

  • It is a Roger Finer who asked the question. Why do you think he could be Bilal Malik? – PimV Jan 7 at 10:07
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    @PimV: When you change your name in your stackexchange account, all your previous posts suddenly show your new name. So it is possible for a question to be asked by "a", and then show it was asked by "b". – Alphonsos_Pangas Jan 8 at 22:23

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