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Well I am about to choose a subject for my final MS. thesis, I'm interested in PLL and by your reply I decided to work on DPLL. could you (or anyone else) introduce me some people working on DPLL
or the state of the art technologies related to PLLs
and finally I want to ask does PLLs deserve to work on it or todays PLL technology has reached the end of it?