Tips for characterizing and troubleshooting jitter on embedded systems
Fundamentally, jitter is any unwanted deviation in signal edge timing from where it should be. Jitter is a fact of life in the design of embedded systems and communication links. As such, for systems to operate reliably under a broad range of conditions, thorough characterization of jitter is a must.
Author(s): Davidson, Scott
Issue: KIPiS 2018 #3
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