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WO/2008/120150A3 
A method and a frequency dividing circuit (1) for dividing a frequency of an input clock signal (CLKin) by an odd number to generate an output clock signal (CLKout) with a lower frequency comprising at least two serially connected edge t...

WO/2008/113105A1 
A low power flipflop circuit and its operation are described. In one example, the circuit includes a clocked gate for producing an output in response to an input when a clock is received and a clock control circuit to receive the clock ...

WO/2008/078617A1 
Provided is a highspeed programmable synchronous counter, which realizes a programmable synchronous counter having a long word tone in a highfrequency band without using a dedicated IC, while warranting a high timing precision. The hig...

WO/2008/065869A1 
[PROBLEMS] To provide a rational number frequency dividing circuit wherein the variations in cycle times of frequencydivided clock signals are small, there are many occasions in which the minimum cycle time of frequencydivided clock si...

WO/2008/056551A1 
A rational number frequency divider circuit wherein the cycle time of a frequencydivided clock signal is constant and wherein the power consumption, layout area and design/test costs are small. A clock signal frequency divider circuit, ...

WO/2008/044023A1 
A spreadperiod clock generator (SPC) counts basic clock pulses (XK) to generate output pulses (EQ) with varying periods, and has means (controlled by signal QS) for switching between a first mode, in which counting is carried out in res...

WO/2008/033979A2 
Described is a compact, lower power gated ring oscillator timetodigital converter that achieves first order noise shaping of quantization noise using a digital implementation. The gated ring oscillator timetodigital converter include...

WO/2008/014594A1 
An apparatus and a method for counting input pulses during a specific time interval are provided. A clock edge recovery output signal is produced in response to an input gating signal and a clock signal containing the input pulses. The c...

WO/2008/014282A3 
A multimodulus divider (MMD) receives an MMD input signal and outputs an MMD output signal SOUT. The MMD includes a chain of modulus divider stages (MDSs). Each MDS receives an input signal, divides it by either two or three, and output...

WO/2008/002968A1 
A modulus divider stage (MDS) includes first and second stages. The MDS receives a modulus divisor control signal S that determines whether the MDS stage operates in a dividebytwo mode or a dividebythree mode. The MDS stage also rece...

WO/2007/135793A1 
In a counter circuit (1) of a control signal generation circuit (2), a selection circuit (3) selects a predetermined signal from an HSYNC signal and a VSYNC signal as a pulse signal and inputs the same to a counter (4) in accordance with...

WO/2007/130442A3 
A system for generating local oscillator (LO) signals for a quadrature mixer includes an oscillator configured to provide a reference frequency signal, at least one frequency divider configured to divide the reference frequency signal in...

WO/2007/099588A1 
A clock dividing circuit includes first and second dividing circuits for dividing twophase outer clocks (first and second outer clocks) injected from an outside to output fourphase clocks with assured phases. Each dividing circuit comp...

WO/2007/085866A1 
An amplifier having multiple gain modes comprises a plurality y of cascoded input transistors connected to an input and arranged in parallel, a degeneration stage connected to the input transistors and having a variable impedance, and sw...

WO/2007/085867A1 
A circuit for deriving an output clock signal from an input clock signal, the output clock 5 signal having a frequency which is 1/Nth of the frequency of the input clock signal, where N is an odd number. The circuit comprises a plurality...

WO/2007/080242A1 
The invention relates to a binary frequency divider (DIVF2) comprising a counter (CMPT) gated by an input signal (CK1), means (CP1, CP2) for comparing a count value (VAL) with first and second threshold values (B2/2, B2/4) and providing ...

WO/2007/029624A1 
A dividable frequency band is widened without performing variable control of a load circuit. A master stage (101) comprises a differential circuit including a transistor (1) and a transistor (2), a differential circuit including a transi...

WO/2007/004181A3 
A multibit, programmable, modular digital frequency divider divides an input frequency by an mbit integer divisor to produce an output frequency. The integer divisor reinitializes mnumber of flipflop stages with the divisor input at...

WO/2007/004181A2 
A multibit, programmable, modular digital frequency divider divides an input frequency by an mbit integer divisor to produce an output frequency. The integer divisor reinitializes mnumber of flipflop stages with the divisor input at...

WO/2007/004182A3 
A multiphase divider comprises several differential latches connected in a ring. The number of latches in the ring is equal to the number of phases produced and the divisor applied to the input clock. The differential Qoutputs of one la...

WO/2007/004183A1 
A multiphase frequency divider comprises dynamic inverters connected in a ring and the intermediate nodes around the ring are stabilized with crosscoupled latches. Clock input pulses enable each dynamic inverter's output and will force...

WO/2006/135788A2 
An (Nl)/N prescaler(see fig 1) is provided, where N is an S power of 2. The prescaler uses only S flipflops,(see figure 3). The prescaler receives a clock input(101) from a high frequency oscillator and provides an output line to a cou...

WO2006033583A3 
A low voltage, low power, wideband quadrature dividebythree frequency divider using a wideband low voltage, low power differential Muller C element with multiple inputs operates on quadrature input and quadrature output signals. This f...

WO/2006/051490A1 
The invention relates to a method and device for providing at least a first output signal (O Q) having a frequency that is obtained through dividing a clock signal (CLl) frequency by an odd integer. A digital value is shifted into a set ...

WO/2006/047622A3 
A signal converter is comprised of a plurality of counters ("macrocounters"). In turn, each of the macrocounters is comprised of a plurality of singlebit counters ("microcounters") that are adapted to receive configuration data in th...

WO2006023250A3 
A counter has selectable divide factors using multiple multiplexers. The counter includes an inverter and cascading delay stages having selectable stage delays. The inverter connects a stage output of a last one of the delay stages to a ...

WO2006016310A3 
A frequency divider providing an odd integer division factor comprising a binary counter (10) providing an even integer division factor, which is the first even number smaller than the odd division factor, the binary counter having a clo...

WO/2006/033583A2 
A low voltage, low power, wideband quadrature dividebythree frequency divider using a wideband low voltage, low power differential Muller C element with multiple inputs operates on quadrature input and quadrature output signals. This f...

WO/2006/023250A2 
A counter has selectable divide factors using multiple multiplexers. The counter includes an inverter and cascading delay stages having selectable stage delays. The inverter connects a stage output of a last one of the delay stages to a ...

WO/2006/018754A1 
A frequencydivision circuit comprises a pair of multistate circuits (MSCA, MSCB). Each multistate circuit can be switched throughout a cycle of states (SA(l), .., SA(N); SB(1), .., SB(N)). One multistate circuit (MSCA) switches to a ...

WO/2006/017519A1 
A synchronous prescaler is provided that has an input line for receiving an input signal, which is synchronized to a low order dual modulus prescaler. The dual modulus prescaler generally divides responsive to a mode command line, but ma...

WO/2006/016312A1 
A frequency divider comprising, a first latch circuit (10) and a second latch circuit (10'), the second latch circuit (10') being crossedcoupled to the first latch circuit (10). Each latch (10; 10') comprises a respective sense amplifie...

WO/2006/016310A2 
A frequency divider providing an odd integer division factor comprising a binary counter (10) providing an even integer division factor, which is the first even number smaller than the odd division factor, the binary counter having a clo...

WO/2005/114842A1 
The present invention provides for state correction of a frequencydivider. A first flipflop is coupled to a second flip flop. A state correction circuit is coupled to the output of the second flipflop. A third flipflop is coupled to t...

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WO2004084411A8 
The invention relates to a frequency divider with variable division rate, which is made using CMOS technology. The inventive divider comprises a plurality of cells (c1 to c3) which are mounted in a chain, the output of the last cell of t...

WO/2005/114841A1 
A gateless digital circuit and method for generating a second clock with a frequency of N/M of the frequency of a first clock, wherein N and M are integers, N≤ M/2. The gateless digital circuit having a modulo M function, a register an...

WO/2005/109643A1 
A fractional frequency synthesizer includes a circuit which alternately outputs multiple output signals having different respective periods to drive the average period of the output signal to within a predetermined number of phase steps ...

WO/2005/096501A1 
Methods, systems and components for use with or as a phase frequency detector. The phase frequency detector stretches its output pulse, allowing the detector to operate in a more linear region. As part of the invention, a new configurati...

WO2005086350A3 
The invention relates to a frequency divider circuit (1) comprising at least one pushpull divider (T1) with an adjustable divider ratio and comprising a converter device (24), which is connected thereto and which converts a clock signal...

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WO/2005/091507A1 
Frequency dividers (2) comprising sections (2127) are provided with basic sections of a first type (21,23,24) for dividing frequency signals (f&ldquor ) by adjustable numbers in dependence of adjustment signals (p&ldquor ) and in depend...

WO/2005/091506A2 

WO2005006558A3 
A frequency prescaler includes true single phase clock (TSPC) flipflops having a logic gate such as an ORgate embedded in an input stage. This invention is described in figure 1. A precaler (100) includes flipflops (102, 104, 106, 108...

WO/2005/086350A2 
The invention relates to a frequency divider circuit (1) comprising at least one pushpull divider (T1) with an adjustable divider ratio and comprising a converter device (24), which is connected thereto and which converts a clock signal...

WO/2005/062470A1 
A gray code is produced from a minimum of gate logic by making available and monitoring masters outputs of masterslave latch pairs, where the latch pairs are arranged to form a cascading chain of toggle flipflop stages. The least signi...

WO2004021355A3 
An electronic device (100) has a data storage device (120) for storing N data elements, the data storage device (120) comprising a first collection (122) of data storage elements (130). The first collection (122) of data storage elements...

WO/2005/041412A1 
A prescaler, comprising a first flipflop (F1) coupled to a second flipflip (F2). Each flipflop comprises a latch (M1, M2, M3, M4) having a first input (R) and a second input (S) coupled to respective first NOR circuit (M8, M9, M10) an...

WO/2005/041413A1 
A frequency divider comprising a first flipflop (M1, M2, M3, M4) having a first clock input (CI) for receiving a clock signal, the flipflop further comprising a first set input (Q4) and a first noninverted output (Q1). The frequency d...

WO/2005/038636A1 
An MN counter with analog interpolation (an 'MNA counter') includes an MN counter, a multiplier, a delay generator, and a current generator. The MN counter receives an input clock signal and M and N values, accumulates M for each input c...
