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"I believe it is a must on the bookshelf of everybody working with PLLs."  ( IEEE Communications Magazine, October 2007)


"I believe it is a must on the bookshelf of everybody working with PLLs."  ( IEEE Communications Magazine, October 2007)

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A greatly revised and expanded account of phaselock technology

The Third Edition of this landmark book presents new developments in the field of phaselock loops, some of which have never been published until now. Established concepts are reviewed critically and recommendations are offered for improved formulations. The work reflects the author′s own research and many years of hands–on experience with phaselock loops.

Reflecting the myriad of phaselock loops that are now found in electronic devices such as televisions, computers, radios, and cell phones, the book offers readers much new material, including:
∗ Revised and expanded coverage of transfer functions
∗ Two chapters on phase noise
∗ Two chapters examining digital phaselock loops
∗ A chapter on charge–pump phaselock loops
∗ Expanded discussion of phase detectors and of oscillators
∗ A chapter on anomalous phaselocking
∗ A chapter on graphical aids, including Bode plots, root locus plots, and Nichols charts

As in the previous editions, the focus of the book is on underlying principles, which remain valid despite technological advances. Extensive references guide readers to additional information to help them explore particular topics in greater depth.

Phaselock Techniques, Third Edition is intended for practicing engineers, researchers, and graduate students. This critically acclaimed book has been thoroughly updated with new information and expanded for greater depth.

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Hi,

Excellent book for begineers in the topic. I read it after I read Egan's book and it was more comprehensive for me. I am just sad that he is going all the time through the different "math aids". It is kinda boring and you tend to skip the methods that you dont care about. In my case I went straight to bode plot and forgot about root locus or nichols chart. Anyway it is a good book. Moreover in the third edition we have informations about digital PLL, interesting those days.

Conclusion: good book, if you are new in the domain go for it. Also if you do not like math you may go for "phase locked loop" from Goldman. It is more an intuitive book than a formal book.

4 stars for the book. I did not give five because I was sad as I said about the time he spends in the book with all the math aids.
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HASH(0x8ca7cf3c) étoiles sur 5 Greatly Improved Edition 17 octobre 2005
Par alfonso carlosena - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I am gladly surprised to see how the author has taken the effort, not just to make a routine revision of the classic book, but to write a completely different book. Non interesting material has been removed, while new up-to-date topics have been added (for instance Charge Pump PLL), based on the own author research, and other published papers.

The approach of some classic analysis has also changed. In particular the approach to the so called Loop Filter as a controller and not as a filter.

In summary, a very valuable addition to PLL literature, worth to buy even by readers that own previous editions.
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HASH(0x8ca7cf84) étoiles sur 5 Phaselock Bible! 16 novembre 1998
Par Ling Zhu - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Even this book was published about twenty years ago, it is always a great book for phaselock designers!
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HASH(0x8cf6e990) étoiles sur 5 Partial History of PLLs and Dr Gardner's Contribution 2 avril 2014
Par W. Wood - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The first PLL I know of was developed by JPL for the receiver used to track the first US satellite, Explorer 1, circa 1958. The basic idea was pretty straightforward, to close a very narrow loop around the phase of a carrier signal embedded in noise, perhaps with a SNR as low as a negative 20 dB in the receiver IF. This loop was used to adjust a voltage controlled oscillator [VCO] in the receiver to match the frequency and phase of the satellite signal. The error [and phase modulated telemetry] was detected by a phase detector and when the loop was locked, the error signal was essentially a varying dc voltage used to control the oscillator. An easy-to-implement low-pass filter [with a lead term] determined the SNR of the control signal and the noise bandwidth of the receiver. Thus was generated a Type 2 servo. This loop implementation, that made tracking the received satellite signals as low as -154 dBm, practical, was attributed to Dr Eberhardt Rechtin of JPL. There are a lot of tradeoffs needed to optimize the PLL, stabilizing the second order feedback loop was only one of these. Requirements were also placed on the satellite's signal source stability and telemetry modulation index, etc.

Dr Gardner was the first mathematical engineers to unveil all the secrets of this technology and the requirements of the hardware needed to implement it successfully. Before his excellent text, you had to be in tight with the JPL guys, a generally outstanding bunch of fellows it was my pleasure to know as a young engineer. Just dumb luck. Dr Gardner was much more than a PLL guru, he was one of the best communications systems engineers on the planet and some more dumb luck found me working with Dr Gardner on many diverse projects during the next 40 years. Building PLL space communications receivers was an art-form that required paying attention to a lot of mathematical engineering. Later on, PLLs that used a specialized microcircuit to lock up strong signals in a computer were what most people thought of when PLLs were mentioned [BTW, not all of these worked all that well at first]. So the complaints that his book was too technical may have been true in those cases, except perhaps for the chip designers.

But if you really want to understand the technology and what's going down at places like JPL's Deep Space Instrumentation Facilities, Dr Gardner's book is still the bible.

Bill Wood, Western North Carolina, March, 2014, 5 Stars
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HASH(0x8cf6ebb8) étoiles sur 5 The definitive PLL design reference 7 octobre 2006
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Superb book. Essential reading and reference for any serious PLL designer. This updated edition does for DPLLs what the original did for analog. I haven't seen any author come close to Gardner for comprehensive, accurate treatment of these topics.
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HASH(0x8cf6eb64) étoiles sur 5 Dense book focused on theory 10 mai 2011
Par I. Chan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is dense and largely mathematical, and provides scant little practical insight. Good as a reference, but not to learn from IMO. Roland Best's "Phase Locked Loops" has a much better balance of readability to mathematical derivation, and he also tries to give the reader an intuition as to what is happening, which illuminates the equations so much better!
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