From: David Instone (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Mar 09 2000 - 01:56:24 PST
I believe these terms refer to the means of deserializing serial bit
In the tracking PLL design a pll is used to provide a local bit rate
clock which tracks varations in the mean bitrate of the incoming bit
In the oversampling PLL, which technically isn't a pll, a local and
relativly stable clock is used to sample the incoming bitstream several
times during each bit period. Logic then determines on a bit by bit
basis which of the several samples is the one to be used. You don't
actually have to have a local clock that is many times the frequency of
the bit rate, just generate several phases of a clock at the bit rate.
Ooi, Thien Ern wrote:
> I'm looking for information on the difference between tracking, and
> oversampling PLL architectures. Specifically, what do those terms mean, and
> whether they are mutually exclusive.
> Does anyone know where I can find information on this?
> (This may not be the most appropriate mailing list, I realize)
> Thanks in advance,
> Thien Ern Ooi
> Intel Corp.
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