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is mainly provided by tackogenerator. The use of this

sensor implies more electronics and high cost. To over-

come these problems, a speed observer can be included

in the control loop. Thanks to high performance of the

PLL technique, it can be used to reconstruct the IM

speed. The PLL sensorless novel scalar strategy IM

speed controller will be the subject for a follow up fur-

ther studies.

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