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PLOPlano (Amtrak station code; Plano, IL)
PLOPillow
PLOPot Limit Omaha (poker variation)
PLOPhase-Locked Oscillator
PLOPluronic Lecithin Organogel
PLOPoly-L-Ornithine (synthetic polypeptide)
PLOPrison Law Office (California)
PLOPrimary Learning Outcome
PLOPort Lincoln, South Australia, Australia - Port Lincoln (Airport Code)
PLOPublic Land Order
PLOParts Left Over (automotive repair industry)
PLOProject Liaison Office
PLOPost Layout Optimization
PLOPermanent Latrine Orderly :-)
PLOPrescribed Learning Outcome
PLOPacific Launch Operation
PLOPlatoon Leader's Order (US Navy)
PLOPlatform Low
PLOPermanent Latrine Officer :-)
PLOPeace, Love, Out
PLOPay Liaison Officer
PLOPhysical Layer Operations
PLOPublicity Liaison Officer
PLOPartnership Liaison Office
PLOPlease Leave On/Open
PLOPre-Light Off
PLOPatrol Leader's Order (US DoD)
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The PureSource phase-locked oscillators operate from 9 to 13 Ghz and are available in both internal and external reference configurations.
Another solution is to use a high power microwave phase-locked oscillator, as shown in Figure 5.
This phase jitter may be removed by using a very narrow bandwidth crystal phase-locked oscillator as the filter.
This article focuses on the design of these phase-locked oscillators.
As mentioned previously, VCOs are necessary components in phase-locked oscillators. VCOs with low power supply voltage, DC current and phase noise; good stability; miniature size; and high efficiency are required in mobile communications systems.
The phase-locked oscillators for a CDMA communications system have been developed using two IC frequency synthesizers.
The F-series of phase-locked oscillators are designed around Z-Communication's low noise voltage-controlled oscillators (VCOs).
Figure 1 is a schematic diagram of an F-series phase-locked oscillators. Typically at 100 Hz offset from the carrier, a phase noise 90 dB below the carrier can be achieved, and at 10 kHz offset -95 dBc is achieved.
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