CPHA

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AcronymDefinition
CPHACanadian Public Health Association
CPHACanadian Pharmacists Association
CPHACalifornia Public Health Association
CPHACalifornia Pharmacists Association
CPHAClock Phase
CPHACitizens Planning and Housing Association
CPHACommission on Professional and Hospital Activities
CPHAColorado Public Health Association (Glendale, CO)
CPHAConnecticut Public Health Association
CPHACalifornia Plant Health Association
CPHACampaigning to Protect Hunted Animals (International Fund for Animal Welfare)
CPHACheck Point High Availability
CPHAContractors Plant Hire Association
CPHACalifornia Professional Horseman's Association
CPHACalifornia Paint Horse Association
CPHACenter on Population Health and Aging (Pennsylvania State University)
CPHAChina Ports and Harbors Association
CPHAChristian People for Humanitarian Action
CPHACertified Public Health Administrators
CPHACanadian Port & Harbour Association
CPHACalderdale Primary Headteachers Association (UK)
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All clock phase winners in a PEA will be assigned contiguous frequency blocks regardless of whether they bid in the assignment phase.
A common PLL architecture uses PFD in its system to simultaneous clock phase and frequency acquisitions [3].
Within a few business days after the end of the clock phase, the FCC expects to release a public notice announcing when bidding in the assignment phase will begin.
Because the data and reference clock samplers are simultaneously strobed, a precise clock phase is associated with each data sample.
In the case of an STM64 clock phase shifter it is convenient to build the varactor phase shifter at one-quarter of the final frequency or 2.
The symbol clock phase is correct when the symbol clock is aligned with the optimum instants to detect the symbols.
A phase detector relates the data transitions to the selected clock phase and integrates the phase errors in a digital filter.
A suitable second-order feedback network in the PLL can remove any static clock phase errors regardless of component tolerances and clock frequency offset.
The trade-off between the high accuracy of an RF reference frequency and the high stability of the digital clock phase (depending on characteristics of the test equipment) can simplify the required synchronization circuit.