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Sources of Phase Noise and Jitter in Oscillators

Published by: Crystek Corporation

The output signal of an oscillator, no matter how good it is, will contain all kinds of unwanted noises and signals. Some of these unwanted signals are spurious output frequencies, harmonics and sub-harmonics, to name a few.
The noise part can have a random and/or deterministic noise in both the amplitude and phase of the signal. This white paper will look into major sources of some of these unwanted signals/noises.
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Published: February 15, 2023 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 2 pages

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