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Timing Essentials 2021 – Educational series of clock & timing courses from SiTime University

Technical training taught by SiTime timing experts

  • Get the latest how-to information needed to improve timing-related system performance
  • Improve your knowledge and accelerate your development process
  • Covers the essentials of timing technology in all types of systems


A variety of classes from introductory to in-depth

C1 - Jitter Basics – January 19, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:00 GMT

C2 - Phase Noise Basics – January 26, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:00 GMT

C3 - Understanding how PLLs Filter Jitter – February 2, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:00 GMT

C4 - Jitter in High-Speed Serial Links – February 9, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:00 GMT

C5 - MEMS Oscillators – February 23, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:00 GMT

C6 - Deciphering Precision Oscillator Specifications – March 9, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:15 GMT

C7 - Overcoming Clock Gremlins in Systems – March 23, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:15 GMT

C8 - EMI Reduction Techniques for Oscillators – April 6, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:15 GMT

C9 – Oscillator Parameter Measurements​ – April 20, 2021 at 15:00 to 16:30 GMT

 

Course Summary Description

C1 Jitter Basics – REGISTER NOW 

  1. What is jitter?
  2. Sources of jitter
  3. Common types of jitter
  4. Jitter definitions
  5. Quantifying jitter
  6. Which applications care about what type(s) of jitter, and why?

 

C2 Phase Noise Basics – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Sources of phase noise
  2. How to read a phase noise plot
  3. Random versus spurious noise
  4. Phase noise versus phase jitter
  5. Estimating the dominant source of phase jitter, by inspection
  6. Test equipment

 

C3 Understanding how PLLs Filter Jitter – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Analog-PLL building blocks and architecture
  2. Insight into control loops operation
  3. Jitter versus phase noise
  4. PLL transfer function
  5. How PLLs filter jitter/phase noise
  6. PLL architectures for synchronous networks

 

C4 Jitter in High-Speed Serial Links – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Anatomy of a serial-bus link
  2. Bit error ratio
  3. The clock/data recovery process
  4. The receiver’s observed jitter transfer function
  5. Jitter tolerance
  6. Power supply noise rejection
  7. How to select a SERDES Refclk
  8. Test equipment

 

C5 MEMS Oscillators – REGISTER NOW 

  1. What are MEMS?
  2. Operating principals of MEMS resonators
  3. Fabrication of MEMS resonators
  4. Architectures for MEMS XOs, TCXOs, and OCXOs
  5. Assembly and packaging technology
  6. Comparison of MEMS versus quartz technology

 

C6 - Deciphering Precision Oscillator Specifications – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Daily aging rate​
  2. Frequency stability over temperature​
  3. Frequency hysteresis over temperature​
  4. Frequency vs temperature slope​
  5. Dynamic frequency change to temperature ramp​
  6. Supply voltage sensitivity and output load sensitivity​
  7. Holdover​
  8. Allan deviation​
  9. Retrace​
  10. Time to rated stability (warm-up time)​
  11. Power consumption during warm-up​
  12. Power consumption at steady state

 

C7 - Overcoming Clock Gremlins in Systems – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Thermal excursions​
  2. Mechanical aberrations​
  3. Signal reflections​
  4. Power Supply Noise​
  5. Electromagnetic coupling​
  6. PCB design and build

 

C8 - EMI Reduction Techniques for Oscillators​ – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Background: Fourier analysis and frequency domain
  2. Emissions standards
  3. Clock slew rate control
  4. Spread spectrum clocking (SSC)
  5. Clock layout guidance

 

C9 – Oscillator Parameter Measurements​ – REGISTER NOW 

  1. Common oscillator parameters ​
  2. Measuring frequency​
  3. Measuring current consumption​
  4. Measuring start-up time​
  5. Measuring waveform​
  6. Measuring time domain jitter​
  7. Measuring PSNR​
  8. Measuring phase noise​

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