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Control System Design and Tuning

Tune PID controllers and other control architectures automatically or interactively, design Kalman filters

Control System Toolbox™ control design tools let you design and tune single-loop and multi loop control systems. Use these techniques and tools to:

  • Automatically tune common control components such as PID controllers, lead-lag networks, LQG Controllers, and Kalman filters

  • Graphically tune SISO compensators using classical tools such as root locus, Bode diagrams, and Nichols charts

  • Automatically tune SISO or MIMO control systems to meet high-level design goals such as reference tracking, disturbance rejection, and stability margins, regardless of control system architecture

For more information about choosing the right control system design or tuning approach, see Choosing a Control Design Approach.