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Measured performance of a delay lock tracking loop when noise power exceeds signal power

Joseph Michael Hanratty

Measured performance of a delay lock tracking loop when noise power exceeds signal power

by Joseph Michael Hanratty

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
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A phase-locked loop or phase lock loop (PLL) is a control system that generates an output signal whose phase is related to the phase of an input signal. There are several different types; the simplest is an electronic circuit consisting of a variable frequency oscillator and a phase detector in a feedback oscillator generates a periodic signal, and the phase detector compares the. noise and lower phase noise. This article deals with fundamental DLL design concepts. The origins of DLLs can be traced to a paper published in [1]. The authors present the topology shown in Figure 1 as a “delay-lock discrimi-nator” operating on random signals. The feedback loop consists of a con-trolled delay line, a multiplier acting.

  A decreasein bandwidth increases the lock timeand PLL area—because the loop filtermust grow—and the long-term jitter getsworse. Increasing P requires the VCO torun P times faster. A P value of two tofour is common for many large P values, however, the requiredVCO frequency could exceed the processlimitations. In electronics, a delay-locked loop (DLL) is a digital circuit similar to a phase-locked loop (PLL), with the main difference being the absence of an internal voltage-controlled oscillator, replaced by a delay line. A DLL can be used to change the phase of a clock signal (a signal with a periodic waveform), usually to enhance the clock rise-to-data output valid timing characteristics of.

noise in the filter pass band will be 50 μV (5 nV/√Hz x √ Hz x ) and the signal will still be 10 μV. The output noise is much greater than the signal and an accurate measurement can not be made. Further gain will not help the signal to noise problem. Now try following the amplifier with a phase-sensitive detector (PSD). The PSD can. A 45nm CMOS, Low Jitter, All-Digital Delay Locked Loop with a Circuit to Dynamically Vary Phase to Achieve Fast Lock A Thesis Presented by Soumya Shivakumar Begur to The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in partial ful llment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering.


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Measured performance of a delay lock tracking loop when noise power exceeds signal power by Joseph Michael Hanratty Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Abstract: The delay lock loop is a well-developed technique to track the pseudo-noise codes for spread-spectrum systems. In previous papers the first-order loop was analyzed in the absence of Doppler : Szu-Lin Su, Nan-Yang Yen, Sheng-Cheng Hsieh.

Abstract: The delay-lock discriminator described in this paper is a statistically optimum device for the measurement of the delay between two correlated waveforms.

This new device seems to have important potential in tracking targets and measuring distance, depth, or altitude. (PLL) assisting Delay Lock Loop (DLL) [12], [13]. Along with the momently disappearance or power attenuation of the satellite signal, the carrier phase estimation in the tracking loop will be highly distorted and easily over ranges the PLL convergence area.

When the. A Multiplying Delay-Locked Loop For A Self-Adjustable Clock Generator Gary Choi performance!without!using!as!much!power!as!scaling!up!frequency!but!each!core!is.

signal!risingedgeandtheotherbya!loop!signal!ut!toeachflip S. tional DLL will fail to lock or falsely lock to two or more pe-riods, of the input signal if the initial delay of the VCDL is shorter than or longer thanas shown in Fig.

Therefore, if the DLL is required to lock the delay to one clock cycle of the input reference signal, the initial delay of the VCDL. technology. The proposed DLL consumes a maximum power of mW at GHz. When the operating frequency is GHz, the measured rms jitter and peak-to-peak jitter is ps and ps, respectively.

Index Terms — Digital Delay Lock Loop, Phase Detector, Charge Pump, Voltage Control Delay. through a voltage controlled delay line. The delayed signal at the end of the delay line is compared with the reference input.

If a delay different from one clock period is detected, the closed loop will automatically correct it by changing the time constant of the delay cells via a. to as phase noise. The receiver oscillator phase noise narrows the carrier tracking loop band-width, while diminishing the achievable carrier-to-noise ratio (C/N 0).

The corre-lation outputs in the code-tracking loop are also affected, creating correlation noise and losses at the receiver that are measured as reductions in C/N 0. Delay-Locked Loop (DLL) • DLLs lock delay of a voltage-controlled delay line (VCDL) • Typically lock the delay to 1 or ½ input clock cycles • If locking to ½ clock cycle the DLL is sensitive to clock duty cycle • DLL does not self-generate the output clock, only delays the input clock [Sidiropoulos JSSC ] 4.

Inside the loop bandwidth, away from kHz, we can see that the PLL phase noise performance is determined by that of the re ference source. Around PLL BW, kHz, the total phase noise performance is determined by VCO closed-loop phase noise or reference source phase noise affected by the PLL loop, whichever worse.

Outside the loop bandwidth. noise, reference signal phase noise and noise in the phase detector and loop filter as a function of the loop bandwidth [5, 7, 8, 9].

Output char-acteristics of sampling PLLs has also been analyzed in presence of white noise at the PLL input [10, 11].

However, the PLL circuit noise and refer-ence signal phase noise have not been considered. The loop bandwidth determines the frequency and phase lock time. Since the PLL is a negative feedback system, phase margin and stability issues must be considered.

Spectral purity of the PLL output is specified by the phase noise and the level of the reference-related spurs. The delay locked loop is a variable delay line whose delay is locked to the duration of the period of a reference clock.

Depending on the signal processing element in the loop (a flat amplifier or an integrator), the DLL loop can be of 0th order type 0 or of 1st order type 1.

Delay-Locked Loop (Delay Line Based) Phase-Locked Loop (VCO-Based) U D U D f REF f O f O f REF Filter. 6 11 PLL Signals time Df f In f Out PD out LPF out 12 Loop Performance Ideal clock Clock w/ jitter Phase histogram Phase offset Worst case p-p jitter Time domain multiplexing a tapped delay line varying the power supply to an inverter.

RMS delay spread and mean delay. The RMS delay spread and mean delay are two most important parameters that characterize a frequency selective channel. They are derived from power delay profile. The delay spread of a multipath channel at any time instant, is a measure of duration of time over which most of the symbol energy from the transmitter arrives the receiver.

The basic Delay-Locked Loop block diagram and timing are shown in Fig. Note that the DLL has many similarities to a Phase-Locked Loop (PLL). One major difference is that rather than a Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO), a voltage-controlled delay-line is used.

If the output of the delay were fed back to the input (forming an oscillator. Delay Locked Loop Integrated Circuit Robert W. Brocato Prepared by Sandia National Laboratories the output signal, as the noise on the input signal introduces an uncertainty as to the exact performance is achieved with the DLL operating at the I/O voltage.

loop is required to adapt quickly to changes in the input reference. The FLL also offers a user-adjustable loop „control rate‟ parameter which determines the nature of the loop performance. Noise is present in the loop due, in part, to digital quantisation of the signal that feeds the DAC and VCO.

A PLL is a loop system that causes a frequency source to track with another one. More precisely, a PLL is a circuit synchronizing an output signal generated by an oscillator with a reference or an input signal in frequency as well as in phase.

2,21 2. of loop filters. Section discusses measurement errors and tracking thresholds. Sec-tion describes how the pseudorange, delta pseudorange, and integrated Doppler measurements are formed from the natural measurements of a GPS receiver.

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