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MILIND BHANDARI
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VCO
Dec 24th, 2019, 8:53am
 
WHERE I CAN LEARN ABOUT VCO IN DEPTH?
I HAVE TO DESIGN CURRENT STARVED VCO FOR MY UPCOMING PROJECT
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Re: VCO
Reply #1 - Jan 6th, 2020, 9:06am
 
google + ieee

use keyword tutorial

For LC VCO, suggest reading Abidi/Hegazi book.
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Reply #2 - Jan 12th, 2020, 11:55pm
 
The thing is you need to know a series of things before knowing vco.
1. Study voltage noise and understand its statistics. Read the first chapter of introduction to Random process by William Gardner
2. Understand phase domain representations of VCO,VCDL, phase detectors etc from any PLL lectures. Understand why an oscillator is an integrator in phase domain.
3. Now understand NBFM to get a relation between voltage noise and phase noise.
4. Now read Da Dalt's book chapters to get more intuition about phase noise. References for IEEE will be the in this book.

These are some ways I've been through which i discovered myself.
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