Phase-Error Measurement and Compensation in PLL Frequency Synthesizers for FMCW Sensors—I: Context and Application

@article{Pichler2007PhaseErrorMA,
  title={Phase-Error Measurement and Compensation in PLL Frequency Synthesizers for FMCW Sensors—I: Context and Application},
  author={Markus Pichler and Andreas Stelzer and Peter Gulden and Claus Seisenberger and Martin Vossiek},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers},
  year={2007},
  volume={54},
  pages={1006-1017}
}
The synthesis of linear frequency sweeps or chirps is required, among others, in frequency-modulated continuous-wave radar systems for object position estimation. Low phase and frequency errors in sweeps with high bandwidth are a prerequisite for good accuracy and resolution, but, in certain applications where high measurement rates are desired, the additional demand for short sweep cycles has to be met. Transient phenomena in dynamic synthesizers as well as nonlinear system behavior usually… CONTINUE READING
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