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Individually Gaussian random variables are not necessarily jointly Gaussian. In this step, we only calculate the time-varying PDF of a(t) which is only a partial characterization of its FDDs [92]. 2 The time-varying PDF Pa( 'fl, t) does not provide any correlation information between a(t) and a(t + 1) that is needed for the evaluation of its spectral characteristics. We then calculate this correlation to be IE [a(t)a(t + 1)] = m 2 + cmin(t, t + 1) 3 We then show that a( t 1 ) and a( t 2 ) become jointly Gaussian asymptotically with time, which does not follow immediately from the fact that they are individually Gaussian.

Behavioural level noise analysis techniques for PLLs have also been reported [81, 82] which can also include power supply noise [83, 84]. However, numerical integration involved in such methods can be expensive. Also the oscillator phase noise models used in these works [83] is not rigorously justified. The VCO modelled in these works is a ring oscillator and it is not clear how to extend this approach to PLLs with other kinds of VCOs such as one based on LC tank. 2 Our Approach We develop a system of stochastic differential equations governing the behaviour of the PLL VCO phase.

32) with period 27r, 1>12(21r) = 0 and 1>22(21r) = 1. Moreover since Y! ¢n(27r) + 22(21r) = Pl + P2 we have 5JL2)] = Pl ¢n(27r) = exp [ -1ffJ, - ( 2+ - 2 w 4w 0 0 47 Perturbation Analysis of Stable Oscillators Hence B is of the form and We will not explicitly determine the first component of v1 (0) but obtain it by asserting the periodicity of the solutions of v' = -JT(T)v. 16) describes an asymptotically orbitally stable oscillator. L . L . L 3 have been considered. Lo to zero we have which has a solution v21,o(r) = Ao cosr +Eosin r where Ao and B 0 are constants.

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