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How does a charge pumped PLL differs from an ordinary PLL?

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Charge pump PLL ?

Can I know how exactly a charge pumped PLL differs from an ordinary PLL.Do we have any boost in the signal. Because, PLL is a circuitry that matters much about the phase and frequency of the signal rather than its voltage level. Then what is so special in charge pumped PLL.

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