Clock-source jitter: A clear understanding aids oscillator selection

Adler, Joseph V.
February 1999
EDN;02/18/99, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p79
Trade Publication
Discusses various aspects of clock-source jitter in synchronous communication systems. System clock and reference performance requirements in high-speed communication and measurement systems; Effect of jitter on system performance; Definition of jitter; Jitter bandwidth and spectral content. INSET: Integrate phase noise to derive an equivalent jitter number..


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