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Fri Dec 7 13:32:07 CET 2007

PLL analysis

Using linear system theory: around the error=0 point, the system is
linear and behaves like a controlled integrator. We control frequency
(velocity) and out comes phase (position) which is the integral of
frequency. Such a system with a proportional controller is stable
because it is first order with negative feedback. It can be sped up by
increasing the gain. However, faster also means more susceptible to
noise of the control signal (in the PLL case the Q signal)

This is in absence of a disturbance signal. This can be modeled by a
signal d which drives the integrator directly. In the PLL case this is
the frequency mismatch. This will result in some permanent error. The
ratio between the 2 is determined by the error amplification.

Questions:

  * add or subtract from rx-carrier-inc ?
    -> depends on whether one wants to sync to +I or -I

  * how to prevent mixer drift?
    -> looks like the DC component of the error should not have any influence?



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