[SI-LIST] Re: Clock jitter

The problem is not that there is no standard, the problem is that there =
is a plethora of standards. The standard with the longest heredity is =
probably MJSQ (T11.2). A fairly recent contribution is the Jedec DDR II =
Clock Timing and Jitter specification (addendum to JESD 79-2R2). =20

Art Porter=20

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It is amazing how much attention jitter gets, considering there
is no standard for it. Lyndell


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Hi Kanak,
There is a wealth of literature available on the web regarding jitter. A
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good introduction to jitter can be found at  =3D3D
<http://cp.literature.agilent.com/litweb/pdf/5988-9109EN.pdf>. There are
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many other white papers, ap notes, etc at <www.agilent.com/find/jitter>.

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Hi All,

Can anyone explain about clock jitter and the parameters associated with
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it?

I find many parameters like
1) Deterministic Jitter
2) Random jitter
3) RMS jitter
4) Peak to peak jitter
5) Accumulated jitter.
6) Phase jitter

or is there any literature available for the same?

Thanks
~Kanak


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