By Jouko Vankka
A significant benefit of an instantaneous electronic synthesizer (DDS) is that its output frequency, section and amplitude should be accurately and quickly manipulated lower than electronic processor keep an eye on. different inherent DDS attributes comprise the power to song with super tremendous frequency and part answer, and to quickly `hop' among frequencies. those mixed features have made the expertise well known in army radar and communications platforms. in reality, DDS expertise was once formerly utilized virtually solely to high-end and army purposes: it used to be expensive, power-hungry, tough to enforce, and required a discrete excessive velocity D/A converter. because of more desirable built-in circuit (IC) applied sciences, they now current a achievable substitute to analog-based phase-locked loop (PLL) know-how for producing agile analog output frequency in shopper synthesizer applications.
you'll be able to contain diverse modulation services within the DDS through the use of electronic sign processing (DSP) tools, as the sign is in electronic shape. via programming the DDS, adaptive channel bandwidths, modulation codecs, frequency hopping and information charges are simply accomplished. the flexibleness of the DDS makes it perfect for sign generator for software program radio. The electronic circuits used to enforce signal-processing features don't endure the consequences of thermal waft, getting older and part adaptations linked to their analog opposite numbers. The implementation of electronic sensible blocks makes it attainable to accomplish a excessive measure of process integration. fresh advances in IC fabrication expertise, really CMOS, coupled with complicated DSP algorithms and architectures are offering attainable single-chip DDS strategies to complicated communique and sign processing subsystems as modulators, demodulators, neighborhood oscillators, programmable clock turbines, and chirp turbines. The DDS addresses a number of functions, together with cable modems, dimension equipments, arbitrary waveform turbines, mobile base stations and instant neighborhood loop base stations.
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T[QuS~l] I I I I ... - -1- -1- -I -1- I- ~ - - 1 I I ::: : : I I I I' I , I I - - - - ... - - - ... - - 1 I I I I -1- - I- - ....... - ....... 9 DDS Spurious Level vs. Output Bandwidth. Data points based on references [QuS9I], [Ana94], [Ana99b], [NiB94], [Chapter 9], [Tan95a], [SaA94], [Tan95b], [Sau90], [Sci94], [Sta94]. 17 3. Indirect Digital Synthesizer In this chapter the operation of the indirect digital synthesizer is first described. It is shown that it produces spurs as well as the desired output frequency.
E. 15) IA(0,L,M,N)1 2 =[sin 2(JrIN) (JrIMN)2 ]. 18) There are three interesting properties ofl A(O, L, M, N) 12 worth mentioning: I) For M= 1,1 A(O, L, I, N) 12 = 1, hence there is no spurious harmonic component due to the 2) For a fixed N, 1A(O, L, M, N) 12 is a decreasing function of M. Therefore, the SIN is also phase truncation. decreasing on M. 3) For a fixed M, 1A(O, L, M, N) 12 is an increasing function of N. Hence, the SIN can be made arbitrarily large by choosing a sufficiently large N.
3 Rounding Error of I" and Q" The rounding error of Zn is rather straightforward as it involves only the inner product operation. Hence, the focus will be on the rounding error in In and Qn. 25) where ej = [e/ eF]T is an error vector due to rounding. 26) where bb is the number of fractional bits in the angle rotation data path. 27) 0/ =oQ - - - . 12 The variance of the rounding error of Ii and Qi is ojQ =oj r2bb +08 = -6- . 28) In each CORDIC iteration, the rounding error consists of two components: the rounding error propagated from the previous iterations and the rounding error introduced in the present iteration.
Direct Digital Synthesizers: Theory, Design and Applications by Jouko Vankka