Gain an intuitive understanding of jitter and phase noise with this authoritative guide. Leading researchers provide expert insights on a wide range of topics, from general theory and the effects of jitter on circuits and systems, to key statistical properties and numerical techniques. Using the tools provided in this book, you will learn how and when jitter and phase noise occur, their relationship with one another, how they can degrade circuit performance, and how to mitigate their effects - all in the context of the most recent research in the field. Examine the impact of jitter in key application areas, including digital circuits and systems, data converters, wirelines, and wireless systems, and learn how to simulate it using the accompanying Matlab code. Supported by additional examples and exercises online, this is a one-stop guide for graduate students and practicing engineers interested in improving the performance of modern electronic circuits and systems.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
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About the Author
Nicola Da Dalt is Analog Engineering Manager for High-speed Serial Interfaces at Intel, having previously worked at Telecom Italia and Infineon Technologies.
Ali Sheikholeslami is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Toronto. He is also the Education Chair and Distinguished Lecturer Program Chair for the Solid-State Circuits Society.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to jitter; 2. Basics of jitter; 3. Jitter and phase noise; 4. Jitter and phase noise in circuits; 5. Effects of jitter in synchronous digital circuits; 6. Effects of jitter on data converters; 7. Effects of jitter in wireline applications; 8. Phase noise in wireless applications; 9. Advanced concepts on jitter and phase noise; 10. Numerical methods; Appendix A. Review of random variables and processes; Appendix B. Matlab code for jitter generation and analysis.