Today’s complex system boards often contain application-specific processors, high-speed general-purpose processors, and multiple system-on-a-chip designs. Each of these high-performance circuits may have different clock-frequency requirements, since they weren’t necessarily designed to work with each other. Furthermore, each circuit on the board may have different timing constraints regarding the stability of the clock (jitter) and the clock period ratio (duty cycle)...
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