By Michiel Steyaert, Arthur H.M. van Roermund, Herman Casier
Analog Circuit Design includes the contribution of 18 tutorials of the 17th workshop on Advances in Analog Circuit layout. each one half discusses a particular to-date subject on new and invaluable layout rules within the zone of analog circuit layout. each one half is gifted through six specialists in that box and state-of-the-art details is shared and overviewed. This ebook is quantity 17 during this winning sequence of Analog Circuit Design.
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The loop phase margin has been optimized by using decimal values for Kp and Ki instead of binary values as in previous implementations  and minimizing bandwidth variations by counting the number of data transitions and correcting the proportional and integral gains. With the above mentioned techniques, the jitter tolerance has been optimized in presence of a slope in the frequency drift, as in case of SSC. On the other hand, Cyclic Accum. CA Demuxed C Ndmx Z Kp Coder 1 FF FF Early-Late Count FF Demuxed E Ndmx X2 X1 X05 NPH phases FF Transition Count Ki Z 1 1/Ks Ival FF 1 Fig.
A large capacitor implementation is highly undesirable since its corresponding area within an integrated loop filter can be prohibitively large for certain SONET applications. With progressively increasing digital density achievable with modern CMOS processes, a very attractive option is to replace the classical analog loop filter with Mixed-Signal Implementation Strategies for High Performance Clock Fig. 1 dB 0 dB Zero of loop filter Closed loop bandwidth f fo fz Frequency (Hz) a digital implementation which realizes the desired filtering behavior [1, 2].
5 Gbps PCI-Express link in 90 nm CMOS. References 1. C. Pham, J. McDonald, P. 5 Gb/s 32:1/1:32 Sonet Mux/Demux Chip Set”, Proceedings of the ISSCC, IEEE, February 1996, pp. 120–121. 2. R. Walker, C. -S. 488 Gb/s Si-Bipolar Clock and Data Recovery IC with Robust Loss of Signal Detection”, Proceedings of the ISSCC, IEEE, February 1997, pp. 246–247. 3. J. 25-Gb/s Transceiver in 90-nm CMOS”, IEEE JSSC, Vol. 42, No. 12, December 2007, pp. 2745–2757. 4. T. 13 m CMOS”, of the 30th European Solid-State Circuits Conference, September 2004, pp.