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SCAS943 – MAY 2015
all outputs in reset so that the CDCM6208V1F generates no spurious clock signals.
126.96.36.199 Reference Divider (R)
The reference (R) divider is a continuous 4-b counter (1 – 16) that is present on the primary input before the
Smart Input MUX. It is operational in the frequency range of 8 kHz to 250 MHz. The output of the R divider sets
the input frequency for the Smart MUX, and the auto switch capability of the Smart MUX can then be employed
as long as the secondary input frequency is no more than ± 20% different from the output of the R divider.
188.8.131.52 Input Divider (M)
The input (M) divider is a continuous 14-b counter (1 – 16384) that is present after the Smart Input MUX. It is
operational in the frequency range of 8 kHz to 250 MHz. The output of the M divider sets the PFD frequency to
the PLL and should be in the range of 8 kHz to 100 MHz.
184.108.40.206 Feedback Divider (N)
The feedback (N) divider is made up of cascaded 8-b counter divider (1 – 256) followed by a 10-b counter divider
(1 – 1024) that are present on the feedback path of the PLL. It is operational in the frequency range of 8 kHz to
800 MHz. The output of the N divider sets the PFD frequency to the PLL and should be in the range of 8 kHz to
100 MHz. The frequency out of the first divider is required to be less than or equal to 200 MHz to ensure proper
220.127.116.11 Prescaler Dividers (PS_A, PS_B)
The prescaler (PS) dividers are fed by the output of the VCO and are distributed to the output dividers (PS_A to
the dividers for Outputs 0, 1, 4, and 5 and PS_B to the dividers for Outputs 2, 3, 6, and 7. PS_A also completes
the PLL as it also drives the input of the Feedback Divider (N).
18.104.22.168 Phase Frequency Detector (PFD)
The PFD takes inputs from the Smart Input MUX output and the feedback divider output and produces an output
that is dependent on the phase and frequency difference between the two inputs. The allowable range of
frequencies at the inputs of the PFD is from 8 kHz to 100 MHz.
22.214.171.124 Charge Pump (CP)
The charge pump is controlled by the PFD which dictates either to pump up or down in order to charge or
discharge the integrating section of the on-chip loop filter. The integrated and filtered charge pump current is then
converted to a voltage that drives the control voltage node of the internal VCO through the loop filter. The range
of the charge pump current is from 500 µA to 4 mA.
126.96.36.199 Programmable Loop Filter
The on-chip PLL supports a partially internal and partially external loop filter configuration for all PLL loop
bandwidths where the passive external components C1, C2, and R2 are connected to the ELF pin as shown in
Figure 46 to achieve PLL loop bandwidths from 400 kHz down to 10 Hz.
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