Direct Digital Frequency Synthesizers
November 1998, Wiley-IEEE Press
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Compiled for practicing engineers who do not have the prerequisite of a specialist's knowledge in Direct Digital Frequency Synthesizers (DDS), this collection of 40 important reprinted papers and 9 never-before published contributions presents a comprehensive introduction to DDS properties and a clear understanding of actual devices. The information in this volume can lead to easier computer simulations and improved designs.
Featured topics include:
- Discussion of principles and state of the art of wide-range DDS
- Investigation of spurious signals in DDS
- Combination of DDS with Phase Lock Loops (PLL)
- Examination of phase and background 'noise' in DDS
- Introduction to Digital to Analog Conversion (DAC)
- Analysis of mathematics of quasiperiodic omission of pulses
DDFS can also serve as a textbook for students seeking essential background theory.