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What causes phase shifting in a PLL output?

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Hi,

May I know what kind of problem would cause phase shifting in a PLL output? The output of the PLL always shift with respect to the Local oscillator signal

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phase shifting

It's present by design of the PLL, depending on the involved phase detector. The usual analog phase detector gives a 90° phase shift.
 

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Hi,

The amount of phase shift varies a with time...though the output frequency remains constant....

does not sound like the constant phase shift you have mentioned
 

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pll for phase shifting

Because you give us so little knowledge (pll part number, frequencies, divisor ratios,etc), you can not expect an accurate answer.
 

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phase shift pll

watertreader said:
Hi,

The amount of phase shift varies a with time...though the output frequency remains constant....
does not sound like the constant phase shift you have mentioned

"constant" can only mean "nearly constant" because - as a result of feedback action - the phase shift must swing around the target of 90 deg by a small amount which depends on the loop gain.
Therefore my question: How large is the unwanted phase shift ? Constant or not ?
 

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