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what exactly are you calling clock jitter? because uncertainty clearly affects hold check. Variation in clock period. Not clock skew.
Hello all, I am looking at the technical note for high-speed interfaces for a FPGA. It says that the pulse I have to provide can be assynchronous to the clock, but must be at least two clock cycles wide. For me one clock cycle / period is this: . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_| |_ from he
Hi, just to make clear if I understand the jitter definition correct jitter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Absolute jitter is the absolute difference in the position of a clock's edge from where it would ideally be. period (...)
Hi all, Could you please explain some jitter defiinition definitions. Suppose that we have a sine wave: I found this defintions: jitterPeak-to-Peak = jittermax - jittermin period jitter: The (...)
Here is the definitions of "PLL period jitter" and "PLL cycle-to-cycle jitter" bellow. Which jitter should be considered as "clock uncertainty" in STA (just for setup check, no affect to hold check)? period jitter (A), (...)