Phase Locked Loop

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Phase-locked Loop
... A phase-locked loop or phase lock loop (PLL) is a control system that generates an output signal whose phase is related to the phase of an input "reference" signal ... of a variable frequency oscillator and a phase detector ... This circuit compares the phase of the input signal with the phase of the signal derived from its output oscillator and adjusts the frequency of its ...
VHF Omnidirectional Range - Technical Specification - Accuracy and Reliability
... Similarly the peak rate of phase change seen by a receiver is from the tangential antennas ... signal from a CVOR beacon bounces off a building or hill, the aircraft will see a phase that appears to be at the phase centre of the main signal and the reflected signal, and this phase ... signal, if reflected, will seem to be two FM signals of unequal strengths and different phases ...
Locked-In Retirement Account
... A Locked-In Retirement Account (LIRA), and the virtually identical Locked-in Retirement Savings Plan (LRSP), are Canadian investment accounts designed specifically to hold locked-in pension funds ...
Phase-locked Loop - History
... Earliest research towards what became known as the phase-locked loop goes back to 1932, when British researchers developed an alternative to Edwin Armstrong's superheterodyne receiver, the Homodyne or direct-conversion ... an automatic correction signal was applied to the oscillator, maintaining it in the same phase and frequency as the desired signal ... In analog television receivers since at least the late 1930s, phase-locked-loop horizontal and vertical sweep circuits are locked to synchronization pulses in the broadcast signal ...
Locked Up (song) - Tracklisting
... UK CD Single "Locked Up" - 356 "Locked Up" (Featuring Styles P) - 350 "Locked Up" (Featuring Taz Styles P) - 354 "Locked Up" (Video) (Featuring Taz Styles P) - 354 UK 12 ...

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