The stability of a wind turbine-rotated synchronous generator must be maintained during a sudden change in wind speed or direction. In integral slot winding machines this task is taken care of by rotor damper windings. Tooth-coil permanent magnet generators cannot, however, have a damper winding in the rotor because of the high harmonic content of the air gap. In this paper, we study a possibility to stabilize PMSG damperless synchronous operation by dividing the generator stator winding into two parts - Power winding (PW) and control winding (CW). We call this machine a dual-port PMSG (DPPMSG). The PW is directly connected to the grid. Therefore, the generator rotates, in average, at a fixed speed. On the other hand, the CW is connected to the grid through a four-quadrant power converter. The CW has three different tasks: It is responsible for the startup process, damping of speed oscillations and, of course, power generation. Electrical and magnetic decoupling of the winding sets is ensured by concentrated wound coils. The number of stator coils allocated to a winding set determines its power level. Different power levels of winding sets are analytically analyzed for wind gust speeds according to the IEC 61400 standard. The results are verified by experimental tests.