Class 4 Register design and characterization

Class 4 Register design and characterization - Electronics...

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Electronics Laboratory C ESE 324 Lecture 4 Emre Salman Stony Brook University
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1) Lab Sessions: - Third lab is next week: 28 th February and 1 st of March - Even if you finished lab 2, you should still come to the lab to complete lab 3. You can leave early if you finish. Announcements
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Review of the Last Lecture
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Phase Detector Phase detector is a circuit that produces an output signal whose average value is linearly proportional to the phase difference between the two inputs The slope of the line is referred to as the gain of the phase detector. The output is voltage and input is a phase difference so the gain is measured in V/rad
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Phase Detector XOR gate can be used as a simple phase detector
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Phase Detector Very important in a variety of different applications including motor control and telecommunication systems Several important parameters for a phase detector Speed: Until what frequency can the detector still function correctly? “Dead zone”: What is the minimum phase difference
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