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Workshop on Clock & Data Recovery Circuits at NIT Warangal [Dec 18-22]: Apply by Dec 10


This course entails analysis and design of phaselocked loop (PLL) architectures and circuits. Emphasis will be on fundamental understanding, design intuition, and implementation of PLLs in modern-day CMOS processes.

Topics include charge-pump phase-locked loops, noise properties of PLLs, integer/fractional-N PLLs, digital PLLs, delay-locked loops, and injection-locked clock multipliers. Supply noise mitigation techniques will be covered in detailclock and data recovery circuits.


The primary objectives of the course are as follows:

  • Understanding of basic and advanced PLL architectures
  • Modelling of PLLs
  • Exposure to circuit design of building blocks
  • Provide design intuitionClock and data recovery (CDR) architectures
  • Identification and mitigation of the impact of supply noise
  • Exposure to practical problems of PLL’s CDRs and their solutions, through case studies.
Who can Attend?

The programme is open to the Faculty and Ph.D scholars/PG students of Electronics and Communication Engineering and allied disciplines. Industry personnel working in the concerned/allied discipline can also attend.

How to Apply?
  1. A filled application form in the prescribed format duly signed and sponsored by appropriate authorities (along with payment details) should send scanned application form & proof for Fee paid details through email to
  2. Interested candidates can apply online by clicking here.
  3. Also, the original hard copies of the application form & proof for Fee paid details must be submitted at registration desk on first day of reporting.
  4. The selection status will be intimated only through mail.
  5. Selection will be done based on firstcum-first-serve basis and the confirmed candidates will be notified immediately.
  6. The maximum number of participants will be 50 (Fifty).
  7. The Last date for Application with fee is 10th December 2019.

Phone Number: 8332969357

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