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Subject: Re: usage of IC 4046 PLL...

Date: 11/24/02 at 7:40 PM
Posted by: Ron Harrison
E-mail: rmaxh@yahoo.com
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In Reply to: usage of IC 4046 PLL... posted by egidio on 11/18/02 at 6:33 AM:

A PLL will generate a signal that is phase locked to a reference signal. You won't be able to use a PLL to phase lock one existing signal to another. To do that, you need a delay-locked loop (DLL). The heart of a PLL is a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO). The heart of a DLL is a voltage-controlled delay. Do a Google search for "delay-locked loop" and for DLL.


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