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    Closed Loop Transfer function in Cadence

    Hello!

    Is it possible to simulate and plot a Closed Loop Transfer function in Cadence?
    I need to determine Jitter Peaking value of my PLL.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Closed Loop Transfer function in Cadence

    You can, of course, simulate (nearly) everything - provided you have a good model for all devices...



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    Re: Closed Loop Transfer function in Cadence

    LvW,
    Your answer is very uncertain.
    Any ideas what the analysis I have to use?



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    Re: Closed Loop Transfer function in Cadence

    Your answer is very uncertain.
    So is your question.

    It's not clear at all how closed loop transfer function is related to PLL jitter. If you are asking about a specific analysis type like PAC, you should mention it.



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