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Introduction to PLLsIntroduction to PLLsOperating Principles of the PLLThe phase-locked loop (PLL) helps keep parts of our world orderly. If we turn on a television set, a PLL keeps heads at the top of the screen and feet at the bottom. In color television, another PLL makes sure green remains green and red remains red (even if politicians claim the reverse is true).A PLL is a circuit that causes a particular system to track with another one. More precisely, a PLL is a circuit synchronizing an output signal (generated by an oscillator) with a reference or input signa…
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