Low-Jitter Clock Multiplication : A Comparison Between PLLs and DLLs

@inproceedings{Beek2001LowJitterCM,
  title={Low-Jitter Clock Multiplication : A Comparison Between PLLs and DLLs},
  author={Remco van de Beek and Eric A. M. Klumperink and Cicero S. Vaucher and Bram Nauta},
  year={2001}
}
This paper shows that, for a given power budget, a practical phase-locked loop (PLL)-based clock multiplier generates less jitter than a delay-locked loop (DLL) equivalent. This is due to the fact that the delay cells in a PLL ring-oscillator can consume more power per cell than their counterparts in the DLL. We can show that this effect is stronger than the notorious jitter accumulation effect that occurs in the voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) of a PLL. First, an analysis of the stochastic… CONTINUE READING
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