By Woogeun Rhee (auth.), Arthur van Roermund, Michiel Steyaert, Johan H. Huijsing (eds.)
This ebook includes the contribution of 18 tutorials of the twelfth Workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit layout. it's quantity 12 within the winning sequence of Analog Circuit layout, delivering worthwhile info and ideal overviews of analog circuit layout, CAD, and RF platforms. The sequence should be obvious as a connection with these concerned about analog and mixed-signal layout.
Each booklet discusses 3 particular subject matters on new and helpful layout principles within the sector of analog circuit layout. every one subject is mentioned via six specialists within the box and state of the art details is shared and overviewed. during this twelfth version the themes are Fractional-N Synthesizers, layout for Robustness, and Line and Bus Drivers.
Analog Circuit Design is a vital reference resource for analog layout engineers and researchers that desire to retain abreast with the most recent advancements within the box. the educational insurance additionally makes it compatible to be used in a complicated layout path.
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The next section describes how to design the open loop PLL transfer function to achieve the desired G(f) response. 4. Loop Filter Design The key PLL component used to achieve a desired PLL transfer function is the loop filter. In particular, the loop filter implements desired poles and zeros for realizing a given open loop transfer function and, in combination with the charge pump, also sets the overall open loop gain of the system. Three steps must be undertaken in designing the loop filter – selection of its transfer function, selection of its topology, and selection of its transfer function values (and, thereby, selection of the component values in its chosen topology).
According to linear theory, the constraint posed on the modulator noise due to in-band noise contributions is much less severe than the constraint due to the out-of-band phase noise at 3 MHz 1. 3. Fractional-N Synthesis: Non-Linear Analysis The linear analysis suggested that applying control to the prescaler would not cause any problems whatsoever. Practice however proves this inaccurate. Therefore, an analysis method is developed that provides a fast, interactive means of examining the influence of non-linearities and mismatch in different PLL building blocks by performing a transient simulation of the fractional-N synthesizer.
4 are chosen, since they represent the far ends of the modulator spectrum. 2. The resulting 56 quantization noise on the division modulus, and thus output phase is approximated by uniformly distributed white noise . The quantization noise power is with for both modulators with the modulus range and b the number of effective output bits. Out-of-Band Phase Noise The out-of-band phase noise contribution of the modulator at the output of the synthesizer is found in Eq. (2) [7, 8], with the noise transfer function.