Phase Noise, Reference Spurs and Output Leakage Current in PLLs

Learn more about what causes phase noise and reference spurs in phase-locked loops (PLLs), and how they can be minimized, in this article from Analog Devices. Also explored are measurement techniques for phase noise and reference spurs, as well as the effects of these errors on the overall system performance. Last, output leakage current is considered using an example of its significance in openloop modulation schemes. Read on to discover more details and illustrations about the critical specifications associated with PLLs.

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