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# Monolithic Phase Locked Loops (PLL IC 565)

Operating frequency range: 0.001Hz to 500 Khz. Operating voltage range: ±6 to ±12v.

Monolithic Phase Locked Loops (PLL IC 565):

## Basic Block Diagram Representation of IC 565

The important electrical characteristics of the 565 PLL are,

·           Operating frequency range: 0.001Hz to 500 Khz.

·           Operating voltage range: ±6 to ±12v

·           Input level required for tracking: 10mv rms min to 3 Vpp max

·           Input impedance: 10 K ohms typically.

·           Output sink current: 1mA

·           Output source current: 10 Ma

The center frequency of the PLL is determined by the free running frequency of the VCO, which is given by

fOUT  = 1.2/ 4R1C1

where R1&C1 are an external resistor & a capacitor connected to pins 8 & 9.

·           The VCO free-running frequency fOUT is adjusted externally with R1 & C1 to be at the center of the input frequency range.

·           C1 can be any value; R1 must have a value between 2 k ohms and 20 K ohms.

·           Capacitor C2 connected between 7 & +V.

·           The filter capacitor C2 should be large enough to eliminate variations in the demodulated output voltage in order to stabilize the VCO frequency.

The lock range fL & capture range fc of PLL is given by,

∆fL= ±7.8 fout/ V Hz

Where fOUT = free running frequency of VCO (Hz)

V = (+Vcc)-(-Vcc) volts

∆fC= ±[ ∆fL/(2Π)(3.6)(103)C2

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