RE: [SI-LIST] : Micro Noise

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From: khardin@lexmark.com
Date: Mon Nov 08 1999 - 07:48:30 PST


Spread spectrum clocking and PLL's can be compatible. It is used in most PC's
built today.
It is important not to use it for clocking a network or other functions that
requires a fixed frequency.
However it is possible to design the system so that the network front end
frequency is fixed but the
noisy processor section can use spread spectrum clocking.

For more information see:
1) http://www.lexmark.com/sscg/
"Design Considerations of Phase-Locked Loop Systems for Spread Spectrum Clock
Generation Compatibility"
2) http://developer.intel.com/ial/sdt/

Dr. Keith Hardin
Consulting Engineer
Lexmark International Inc.

rbmccammon%mmm.com@interlock.lexmark.com on 11/08/99 09:22:24 AM

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Subject: RE: [SI-LIST] : Micro Noise

Chris Cheng wrote:

> have u look into using spread spectrum clock source instead of crystals ?

Don't all the PLL's in chips these days make
spread spectrum clocking untenable?

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