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Understanding and characterizing timing jitter

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Matthew Zaleski found this resource posted by National Instruments. It's a fairly detailed whitepaper titled "Understanding and Characterizing Timing Jitter". This looks like a good resource for anyone doing high-frequency communications. Via the contact form.

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  • Craig B: Shouldn't the default be 00xxx010? Note that bit 0 appears out of order in the documentation. In that case I think the initial value is...
  • JJM: From the datasheet extract you are showing, the power up status should be 00xxx010, not 000xxx01. Bit numbering is misleading since 'measurement resolution' is apparently...
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