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How does buffer (or amplifier) affect Oscillator's jitter?

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Suppose I have an oscillator with jitter of 8ps.

What is the influence of an amplifier/buffer/inverter on the jitter at the output ?

can anyone answer or help?

does anyone knows an article explaining this?

Thanks in advance,
Amnon
 

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Re: How does buffer (or amplifier) affect Oscillator's jitte

The jitter can be expressed in terms of the noise at the output and the slope of the output voltage at zero crossing. Refer to the paper "Phase noise in digital frequency dividers" published in JSSC May 2004
 

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