DPLL


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DPLL

Digital Phase-Locked Loop
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The strength of consistency achieved by the unit propagation rule is reflected in the DPLL performance in many problems.
there is a trade-off between the effort spent on consistency and that spent on subsequent DPLL search.
Hitless reference switching--if the reference the DPLL is locked to fails, the DPLL will lock to another available reference without phase disturbances at its output.
Holdover mode--the DPLL constantly calculates the average frequency of the locked reference.
Systematic SAT Solvers Although it was discovered many years ago, the DPLL algorithm (Davis, Logemann, and Loveland 1962) remains a central algorithm, and it can be summarized with a minimum of background.