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Noise

Noise

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The phase noise performance of oscillators has become increasingly important because communications channels have become closer spaced and more heavily loaded, data transmission systems often require low phase noise, military EW and CCC systems are more sophisticated, and higher frequencies are being used by a variety of systems. Broadband voltage-controlled oscillators used in electronically tuned PLL applications, which are now common, are inherently noisy.

Chapter Contents:

  • 4.1 Single-Sideband Phase Noise
  • 4.2 Amplifier Noise
  • 4.3 Amplifier Flicker Noise
  • 4.4 Oscillator Noise
  • 4.5 Oscillator Noise Nomograph
  • 4.6 Residual Phase and Frequency Modulation
  • 4.7 Varactor Modulation Phase Noise
  • 4.8 Buffer Amplifiers
  • 4.9 Frequency Multiplication
  • 4.10 Discrete Sidebands
  • 4.11 Power Supply Noise
  • 4.12 Low-Noise Design Suggestions
  • 4.13 Typical Oscillator Noise Performance
  • 4.14 References

Inspec keywords: circuit stability; voltage-controlled oscillators; phase locked loops; circuit noise; phase noise

Other keywords: military EW system; broadband voltage-controlled oscillator; phase noise performance; electronically tuned PLL application; communication channel; oscillator; data transmission system; CCC system

Subjects: Modulators, demodulators, discriminators and mixers; Oscillators

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