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Hello, does anybody know that why a resistance is made in series with the control coltage of LC oscillator and in which range should be this resistance? Thanks
Thanks Vfone&Klaus for your views and suggestions. - - - Updated - - - @Bigboss fc is 2MHz in this PLL - - - Updated - - - This PLL uses differential outputs,PD_up and PD_down,not the charge pump. OK, if PLL+vco does not consume much curr
supply your IC ( or whatever ) by a simple battery ( including Vtune Input if there is one ) and observe the vco output. 1.6GHz/V is a huge Kvco and you will never prevent the poor and dirty vco signal with this Kvco.It's not normal..
I'm learning HSPICE. When simulating a ring vco, I can't get oscillating wave. It seems to be locked,but i'm sure the connection is right for the netlist is available on Cadence Spectre. Is there any issues. Thanks in advance.
Hi all I face a strange issue when simulating the LDO together with a LC vco. I want to calculate the PSRR at the output of LDO connected together with the vco. I run AC simlation and I take quite strange simulations results( maybe dangerous) at the LDO voltage output. I attach you a screenshot for getting a better feeling about the possible
I designed a 2.5GHz CMOS vco,(core current: 20mA), Rout=300omhs, 3.3V VDD supply, Now core output amplitude is 1~5V. phase noise simulation is about -116dBc/Hz, test is only about -108, the layout, power line:-?, bond wire may all have problems. But now i want to know if 1~5V amplitude is too high. is it dangerous?
Inject 100mV or more of ripple into DC using a sweep generator to test sensitivity of f & Vac vs vco ripple. Then you will know how much DC filtering is needed such as with ferrite beads or RC or LC or better C's.
Many vcos are not really operating small-signal linear (e.g. CMOS current starved ring oscillators) and many supply-noise challenges are not really small signal analysis depends on all of the blocks' DC solution having relevance / decent frequency domain modeling. It's an OK place to start. But I think if I cared a lot about things lik
Many clocks that are RC based such as the old Dual vco TTL were supply sensitive because they were design to be Voltage controlled. The same is true of many one shots etc. Crystal oscillators will change frequency with supply due to input capacitance changing with supply voltage by a slight amount. Some clocks use (...)
I think we measure vco gain in the range frequency linearity with vtune or vcontrol only. Let say the linearity range from 2v to 2.5v you have vco frequency 2G and 2.3G , so the vco gain will be (2.3-2)/(2.5 - 2) = 600Mhz/V
Hi.. i am using 28mn technology and have 900mV supply voltage.. i need to convert 0 to 800mV bias voltage into.. 200mV to 700mV i have 900mV MOS and 1,8V moses in my pdk.. which type of circuit shoul be used to achieve this..? thanks
Did you ever inspect the ring oscillator waveforms to understand how the current control works? There might be an unwanted voltage swing at the inner supply nodes. A standard vco technology uses differential stages, and if I remember right, voltage rather than current control.
what are u using for a vco Tune line power supply? If you are taking a free running measurement, I prefer a battery and a potentiometer with a >10 uF cap as the tune voltmeter. also, u might want to use an inside/outside DC block for the connection to the spectrum analyzer. AC ground loops are troublesome
Hi, Thanks everyone for the reply. 1. I forgot to mention that this an injection locked oscillator locked to the the third harmonic of 800 MHz i.e. 2.4 GHz 2. The PCB has not been designed very well since it was my first RF PCB. The decaps (5pF, 1nH, 10nH) are far away IC pins. I shall design a new one though. RC
i think i didn't get you right... But as far as i know , decap is used to reduce supply variations... it shoulb be connected between VDD and GND rails... And decap must be isolated from the vco , i think.... Let me know if you have solution... Thanks...
Do a pxf analysis and plot the outputs from the control voltage source (Signal) and the power supply (Noise). Look for the "-1" ref sideband to observe the frequencies that matter. Note their relative levels and model it as noise at the input of the vco (or at the output) in the phase domain LTI model to see the closed loop phase noise profile whic
Dear guys, any advice and recommendations for low power & low supply output buffer for vcos?
hello, i am designing tail bias LC vco using tsmc13rf with supply voltage 1.2v and tail current 1.5mA @ center frequency =1.8G and iam using spiral inductors from tsmc13rf lib. and i have some questions: 1-when i did transient analysis i found that the single ended peak to peak voltage reach 1.7v !! (more than the supply voltage) is that (...)
We want to have on/off feature in our vco,as the vco we are using hasn't this feature, we deem it having through vco power supply. If there is tuning voltage still present at vco input when they supply to the vco is off,would it cause any damage to the vco (...)
multivibrator and other simple oscillators suffer from drift due to aging, temperature deviations and supply voltage variations. PLL resolves such problem with locking a vco with a low drift and precision XTAL oscillator(eg. tcxo). also by some modification it is possible to add modulation to the PLL but for your application I think DDS is better s