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A High Performance S/PDIF Receiver
This paper details the design and implementation of a novel S/PDIF transceiver with a very low jitter bandwidth. We describe and demonstrate a system based on multiple-loops that synchronises to the incoming data stream with a very low bandwidth and provides the original data unmodified on a clean low jitter output clock without the need for a sample rate converter. Thus we eliminate any jitter above a low frequency (typically 10Hz) on the input data and also avoid any distortion caused by sample rate converters.
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