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Haven’t seen the comment on using 100 ppm spec to calculate jitter, however one should not equate frequency accuracy to jitter.
It is possible to have a very accurate clock with poor phase noise and have a clock with 100 ppm frequency error with very good phase noise.
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I don't think the +/-100 ppm spec. can be used to calculate peak-to-peak LF jitter.
One could use a +/-100 ppm crystal oscillator on the host, which could operate at either edge of the spec. range. The LF jitter effect should be in addition to the +/-100ppm impairment.
On 01/17/2018 11:33 AM, Ali Ghiasi wrote: