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« on: Saturday January 22 2011 11:39:01 AEDT AM »

Straightforward techniques cut jitter in PLL-based clock drivers
  

PLL & Clocking Glossary
  

PHD Thesis on PLL
  

Phase-Locked Loop Design Fundamentals

Abstract
The fundamental design concepts for phase-locked loops implemented with integrated circuits are outlined. The necessary equations required to evaluate the basic loop performance are given in conjunction with a brief design example.
  


DIGITAL PHASE-LOCKED-LOOP FILTERS

  


Low Jitter Phase-Locked Loop
  

Unlocking the PLL part 1
  
part2
  

New Phase-Locked-Loops Have Advantages as Frequency to Voltage Converters (and more)
  

Phase-Locked Loop Based Clock Generators
INTRODUCTION
As system clock frequencies reach 100 MHz and beyond,maintaining control over clock becomes very important. In addition to generating the various clocks for the CPU, the clock generator must also provide other clocks for the peripheral interfaces such as PCI, video and graphics, and peripheral devices like FDC, KBD (Key Board Clock), etc. (see Figure 1 below). This note will show the advantages of using the Phase Locked Loop (PLL) and also describe the precautions required for designing circuits employing Phase-Locked Loops.
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