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The substantial penetration of non-linear power electronics loads in the distribution system causes the distribution system voltages and currents to be distorted with lot of harmonics. Hence, the quality of electric power in the distribution system is significantly affected. The implementation of active filters in this modern electronic age has become an increasingly essential element to the power network. Active filters are used to improve the voltage and current waveforms. Shunt active power filters are developed to suppress the harmonic currents and compensate reactive power simultaneously. The shunt active power filters are operated as a current source parallel with the nonlinear load. In this work, hardware of single phase active filter is implemented which uses wavelet lifting algorithm to determine the current to be injected to compensate for the non-linear load.

Fig.2.1. Fig.2.2. Fig.3.1. Fig.3.2. Fig.3.3. Fig.3.4. Fig.3.5. Fig.3.6. Fig.3.7. Fig.3.8. Fig.3.9. Shunt active filter Single phase rectifier with capacitive DC-link Multiresolution in time-frequency plane Morlet wavelet Three level decomposition tree Haar wavelet Daubechies 4 tap wavelet Coiflet 1 wavelet Symlet 2 wavelet Meyer wavelet Morlet wavelet 6 7 10 11 13 14 15 15 16 17 17 18 19 24 25 26 27 27 28 29 29 30 31 31 32 32 33

Fig.3.10. Mexican hat wavelet Fig.3.11. Split, Predict and Update stages in lifting Fig.4.1. Fig.4.2. Fig.4.3. Fig.4.4. Fig.4.5. Fig.4.6. Fig.4.7. Fig.4.8. Fig.5.1. Fig.5.2. Fig.5.3. Fig.5.4. Fig.5.5. Fig.5.6. Block diagram representation of hardware circuit Half wave controlled rectifier PIC18F452 pin diagram Driver circuit for MOSFET using TLP250 Inverter circuit Pin configuration of ACS714 IC Sensing circuit Hardware setup Load voltage Source current and harmonic spectrum Sensed source current Source current Source current (enlarged view) Source current and harmonic spectrum

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Inverter current Inverter current (enlarged view) Inverter current and harmonic spectrum

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Fig.5.10. Voltage across switch S2 Fig.5.11. Voltage across switch S3 Fig.5.12. Voltage across switch S1 Fig.5.13. Voltage across switch S4