Designing the World’s First Instantaneous Lock Loop Using The Tanner Design FlowIC designers wrestle with the phase locked loop (PLL) devices that define clocking on the chip. Waiting for simulations of lock times that can span a week, coping with the massive layout footprint of large loop filters, and designing around PLL stability issues all add up to frustration. Instantaneous Technologies has invented the instantaneous lock loop (ILL) that tackles all of these issues and they have proved out their IP using the complete Tanner design flow. Learn about their success in this case study.
Designing the World’s First Instantaneous Lock Loop Using The Tanner Design Flow