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Phase Noise: Theory versus Practicality

Modern electronics rely on fast low noise time bases for a variety of applications. As a result, oscillator designers must always push the limit of low noise design. One of the major hurdles in this endeavor is phase noise. Phase noise is an undesirabl...

April 15, 2008
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Modern electronics use time bases for a wide variety of applications. Communications systems rely on time bases for modulation and demodulation of data, GPS systems rely on them for accurate positioning, and a host of other applications rely on time bases to manage the flow of data within their...
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