Phase Locked Loops (PLLs) are electronic circuits used for frequency control. Anything using radio waves, from simple radios and cell phones to sophisticated military communications gear uses PLLs.The communications industry’s big move into wireless in the past two years has made this mature topic red hot again. The fifth edition of this classic circuit reference comes complete with extremely valuable PLL design software written by Dr. Best. The software alone is worth many times the price of the book. The new edition also includes new chapters on frequency synthesis, CAD for PLLs, mixed-signal PLLs, and a completely new collection of sample communications applications.
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Introduction to PLLs
PLL Frequency Synthesizers
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active lead-lag filter active PI filter ADPLL algorithm amplitude analog filter assume average bandwidth becomes binary calculate capacitor carrier center frequency chosen circuit computed corner frequency curve cycle damping factor data signal digital filter down-scaled DPLL example EXOR phase detector Figure FIR filter flipflop frequency offset frequency response frequency step Frequency synthesizer Fujitsu given hence hold range ID clock ID counter impulse response input signal integrator Laplace transform lock range lock-in loop filter low-pass filter LPLL Mitel modulation Motorola multiplier natural frequency noise open-loop operation oscillator output frequency parameters passive lead-lag filter phase detector Phase detector type phase error phase jitter plot prescaler pull-in process pull-in range pull-out range pulses quency radian frequency reference frequency reference signal ripple sampling shown in Fig simulation spectrum SPLL square wave transfer function voltage waveforms zero
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