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TINA-TI: PWM-Signal with varying Duty Cycle from 5% to 95% to create a sinusoidal current with dead-time

Part Number: TINA-TI

Hi Team, 

I want to simulate a halfbridge-design with different dead-times in the PWM-Signal.

The PWM-Signal should have a frequency of 20kHz and its duty cycle should vary from 5% to 95% in order to create a sinusoidal wave, when the PWM-Signal is inputted to an inductor.

In addition the PWM-signals of high side and low side switches of the halfbridge should contain a dead-time to prevent a short-through. 

How can I create this PWM-Signal? I tried with the voltage generator - general waveform, but here I cant vary the duty cycle over time.

 An example of the PWM signal is shown in the image "pwm" and the application in the image "application" below.