Implement the six-step commutation technique for sensor-based and
sensorless position applications using BLDC motors.
Uses 120-degree conduction mode to implement the six-step commutation technique to control speed and direction of rotation of a three-phase brushless DC (BLDC) motor. The example uses the switching sequence generated by the Six Step Commutation block to control three-phase stator voltages, and therefore, control the rotor speed and direction. For more details about this block, see Six Step Commutation.
Calculates the Hall sensor sequence with respect to position zero of the rotor in open-loop control.
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