Phase-locked Loop Circuit Design
Prentice Hall, 1991 - 262 pagine
This volume introduces phase-locked loop applications and circuit design. Drawing theory and practice together, the book emphasizes electronics design tools and circuits, using specific design examples, addresses the practical details that lead to a working design. Wolaver assumes no specialized knowledge in the area covered, reviewing basics as necessary; makes heavy use of figures to support the understanding of phase-locked loop theory and circuit operation; extensively discusses frequency acquisition means, an intensely nonlinear phenomenon; treats injection locking, a practical and often confounding problem; and takes a unique approach to characterizing the phase-locked loop parameters.