||The paper covers the theoretical background and tests of two asynchronous squirrel cage generators connected to voltage source inverters working in parallel. Inverters were connected in parallel by their intermediate direct current circuits by means of auctioneering diodes, and then to a DC power network. The real-time control algorithm of digital signal processor DSP and field-programmable gate array FPGA was used to achieve proper excitation of two different power machines, and to maintain high enough levels of direct current link voltage. Windings of both generators are fed by use of so-called machine side inverters. The asynchronous generator is a voltage source inverter controlled by a field-oriented control algorithm based on the current machine model. To prove robustness of the chosen algorithm, different types of load were applied while generators and inverters worked in parallel.