Chapter 12SynchronizationRecovery

This chapter builds upon Chapter 11 and covers synchronization-recovery models that must be used in situations in which the shift between single and reference is continually changing, or in which it is necessary to assess, via simulation, the behavior of a system that uses synchronization-recovery elements whose behaviors have been characterized external to the system level simulation. Most synchronization recovery schemes are built upon structures known as phase-locked loops (PLLs).

Phase-locked loops are used in communications systems for a number of different purposes. They are used in transmitters to generate carriers, subcarriers, and data clocks. In receivers, PPLs are used to generate tones for heterdyning ...

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