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clock, sampling accuracy and jitter

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My question is regarding the accuracy of timing (clocking) in digital circuits considering non-idealities such as jitter. For example, I want to sample the digital out of a circuit at precicely every sampling instant Ts. To what accuracy (speed) can I do that, or how fast can I run my clock before I run into difficulties.

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it is specified in datasheet of any digital logic (ICs).
these paramete include setup time, hold time, rise time, fall time, clock high & low time.
 

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