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How Extracting Information from Data Highpass Filters its Additive Noise Victor S. Reinhardt Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems El Segundo, CA, USA PTTI 2007 Thirty-Ninth Annual Precise Time and Time Interval (PTTI) Systems and Applications Meeting November 26 - 29, 2007 Long Beach, California

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Page 2 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Various Measures of Random Error Are Used Across EE Community Mean Square (Observable) Residual Error Mean Square (Observable) Residual Error After removing a model function estimate of true causal behavior of data Jitter (and Wander) Jitter (and Wander) Residual errors + HP & LP filtering Difference ( ) Variances Difference ( ) Variances Allan Mean sq of ( )y(t) Hadamard or Picinbono Mean sq of ( ) 2 y(t) ffcfc Jitter HP Filter Wander LP Filter t ● ● ● ● ( )v(t n ) = v(t n + ) - v(t n ) ● t ● ● ● ● ● Res Error ● ● ● ● Causal Estimate v(t) x(t),y(t), (t)

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Page 3 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Some Common Wisdoms About These Error Measures Residual error diverges in presence of negative power law (neg-p) noise Residual error diverges in presence of negative power law (neg-p) noise Power law noise PSD L v (f) f p Neg-p p < 0 (-1,-2,-3,-4) White noise p = 0 Jitter & -variance used to correct this problem -variance doesn’t measure same thing as MS residual error -variance doesn’t measure same thing as MS residual error “Need ‘real’ variance not Allan Variance” Will show common wisdoms are not true Will show common wisdoms are not true And all 3 essentially measure same thing for polynomial models of causal behavior -Variances Residual Error Jitter

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Page 4 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Will Demonstrate This by Showing The estimation of causal behavior from data HP filters noise in residual error The estimation of causal behavior from data HP filters noise in residual error Res error in general converges for neg-p noise Res error guaranteed to converge if free to choose model for causal behavior Can define jitter simply as observable residual error Can define jitter simply as observable residual error -variances are measures of residual error -variances are measures of residual error For any # of samples When causal model is a polynomial -Variances Residual Error Jitter

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Page 5 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Residual Error Consider N data samples of data over observation interval T Consider N data samples of data over observation interval T Data v(t n ) will be modeled as Data v(t n ) will be modeled as True causal function = v c (t n ) … plus True noise = v p (t n ) with L v (f) f p v p (t n ) also true residual error But not measurable from data over T t ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● True Causal Function v c (t) v(t n ) N Data Samples over T = N∙ o True Noise v p (t n ) Also True Residual Error

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Page 6 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Can estimate residual error by fitting model function v w,M (t,A) to dataCan estimate residual error by fitting model function v w,M (t,A) to data A = (a o,a 1,…a M-1 ) M adjustable parameters A Information extracted from data Class of v w,M (t,A) (M-1) th order polynomials Will use Least SQ Fit to estimate v c (t n )Will use Least SQ Fit to estimate v c (t n ) LSQF equivalent to many other methods Residual Error t ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● v c (t) Model Fn Est v w,M (t,A) v(t n ) N Data Samples over T = N∙ o

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Page 7 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Observable residual error data – est fn Observable residual error data – est fn v j (t n ) = v(t n ) - v w,M (t n,A) Jitter v j (t n ) with no ad hoc filtering True function error est – true functions True function error est – true functions v w (t n ) = v w,M (t n,A) – v c (t n ) v w (t n ) wander (Not observable from data over T alone) Residual Error t ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● v c (t) Observable Res Error v j (t n ) True Function Error v w (t) Model Fn Est v w,M (t,A) v(t n ) N Data Samples over T = N∙ o v-j 2 = MS of v j (t n ) v-w 2 = MS of v w (t n )

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Page 8 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Directly relates lower level error to primary performance measures in many systems Directly relates lower level error to primary performance measures in many systems SNR BER MNR NPR ENOB Must use observable residual error for verification with data over T Must use observable residual error for verification with data over T For true errors (over T) must measure over >> T for neg-p noise (exception to be discussed) Why Residual Error is Important Measure t ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● v c (t) Observable Res Error v j (t n ) True Function Error v w (t) v(t n ) N Data Samples over T = N∙ o Model Fn Est v w,M (t,A)

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Page 9 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt HP Filtering of Noise Due to Information Extraction Proved in paper Proved in paper Will explain graphically as follows For white noise LSQF behaves in classical manner For white noise LSQF behaves in classical manner v-w 0 as N Note T fixed as N varies But for neg-p noise But for neg-p noise v-w not 0 as N Because fitted v w,M (t,A) tracks highly correlated LF noise components in data long term error-1.xls T LSQF for Various p f 0 Noise v(t n ) f -2 Noise vwvw vcvc f -4 Noise v a,M vjvj f 0 Noise v(t n ) vcvc f -4 Noise v a,M f -2 Noise vwvw vjvj

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Page 10 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt HP Filtering of Noise Due to Information Extraction Happens because LSQF can’t separate highly correlated LF noise Happens because LSQF can’t separate highly correlated LF noise With Fourier freqs f ≤ 1/T From the causal behavior True for all noise True for all noise Implicit in LSQF theory Only apparent for neg-p noise because most power in f ≤ 1/T This tracking causes HP filtering of noise in v j & v-j This tracking causes HP filtering of noise in v j & v-j long term error-1.xls T LSQF for Various p f 0 Noise v(t n ) f -2 Noise vwvw vcvc f -4 Noise v a,M vjvj vcvc f -4 Noise v a,M f -2 Noise vwvw vjvj

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Page 11 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt HP Filtering of Noise in Spectral Integral Representation of v-j 2 H s (f) = System response function H s (f) = System response function Described in Reinhardt, FCS 2006 |H s (f)| 2 is used to replace upper cut-off freq f h Can show H s (f) often HP filters L v (f) (as well as LP filters) Helps v-j 2 converge |H s (f)| 2 replaces f h Example of H s (f) x ~D dd (t) (t- d ) |H s (f)| 2 f 2 (f<<1) Effect of Delay & Mix on System

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Page 12 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt HP Filtering of Noise in Spectral Integral Representation of v-j 2 K v-j (f) spectral kernel also HP filters noise K v-j (f) spectral kernel also HP filters noise Paper proves K v-j (f) f 2M (f<<1) When v a,M (t,A) is (M-1) th order polynomial K v-j (f) at least f 2 (f<<1) For any v a,M (t,A) with DC component Thus convergence of v-j 2 depends on complexity of model function v a,M (t,A) Thus convergence of v-j 2 depends on complexity of model function v a,M (t,A) Convergence Guaranteed if free to choose model function Convergence Guaranteed if free to choose model function

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Page 13 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt HP Filtering of Noise in Spectral Integral Representation of v-j 2 v-c 2 = Contribution due to model error v-c 2 = Contribution due to model error Model error occurs when model function cannot follow variations in v c (t) over T If model error present v-j 2 & v-w 2 will increase Thus if model function can’t track causal behavior over T Thus if model function can’t track causal behavior over T The causal behavior will contaminate v-j 2 (& v-w 2 ) The causal behavior will contaminate v-j 2 (& v-w 2 )

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Page 14 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt aoao a o + a 1 t Simulation Verifying K v-j (f) f 2M (f<<1) for Polynomial v a,M (t,A) Simulation Results M < 1E-3 f 2 f 4 f 6 f 8 f 10 K v-j (f) in dB Log 10 (fT) (N=1000) HP Knee f T 1/T (Unweighted LSQF)

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Page 15 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Jitter and Wander Defined by ITU, IEEE BTS, SMPTE Defined by ITU, IEEE BTS, SMPTE Filtered residual x-error after removing causal (time &) freq offset & freq drift Jitter HP filtered (> f c ) Wander LP filtered (< f c ) Problem relating f c to user system params Problem relating f c to user system params ITU f c = 10 Hz Standardizes HW producers But not related to parameters in user systems IEEE BTS, SMPTE f c = PLL BW in system What about systems without PLLs? ffcfc Jitter HP Filter Wander LP Filter

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Page 16 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt v(t n ) v w,M (t n,A) v j (t n ) HP Filtering of Residual Error Resolves f c Relationship Problem Jitter Observable residual error Jitter Observable residual error v j (t n ) = v(t n ) - v w,M (t n,A) Wander True causal function error Wander True causal function error v w (t n ) = v w,M (t n,A) – v c (t n ) Have property v j (t n ) + v w (t n ) = v p (t n ) Have property v j (t n ) + v w (t n ) = v p (t n ) These definitions apply to any type of causal function removal & any variable These definitions apply to any type of causal function removal & any variable HP & LP properties generated by system HP & LP properties generated by system v c (t) v w (t) v p (t)

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Page 17 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt − Wander − Jitter K(f) fTfTfTfT HP Filtering of Residual Error Resolves f c Relationship Problem LSQF HP filters v j & LP filters v w f T 1/T LSQF HP filters v j & LP filters v w f T 1/T H s (f) filters both the same f l = HP f h = LP H s (f) filters both the same f l = HP f h = LP For as T (f T << f l ) wander shrinks to zero For as T (f T << f l ) wander shrinks to zero If H s (f) alone can overcome pole in L v (f) So wander can also converge for neg-p noise Jitter variance with brickwall f c & f h is just bandpass approximation of v-j 2 Jitter variance with brickwall f c & f h is just bandpass approximation of v-j 2 f |H s (f)| 2 flflflfl fhfhfhfh f fTfTfTfT flflflfl fhfhfhfh

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Page 18 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt -Variances as Measure of v-j 2 When v a,M (t,A) is Polynomial v,M ( ) 2 = M x Mean Sq of ( ) M v(t n ) v,M ( ) 2 = M x Mean Sq of ( ) M v(t n ) ( )v(t) = v(t+ ) - v(t) ( ) 2 v(t) = v(t+2 ) - 2v(t+ ) + v(t) M All v,M ( ) 2 are equal for white noise v,M ( ) 2 = M MS{ ( ) M v(t n )} t ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ( )v(t n + ) ● ( )v(t n ) ( ) 2 v(t n ) ● MS over N samples in T

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Page 19 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt -Variances as Measure of v-j 2 When v a,M (t,A) is Polynomial Paper shows Paper shows For v-j 2 “unbiased” mean square “Unbiased” Divide sum of squares by N - M Well-known for Allan (2-sample) variance Well-known for Allan (2-sample) variance Is 2-sample MS residual of y(t) with 0 th order polynomial (freq offset) removed Hadamard-Picinbono variance is 3-sample residual variance of y(t) for M = 2 Hadamard-Picinbono variance is 3-sample residual variance of y(t) for M = 2 1 st order polynomial (freq offs & drift) removed v-j 2 (N=M+1) = v,M ( ) 2 when = T/M

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Page 20 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Can Extend Equivalence to Any N Can show biased RMS{v j } doesn’t vary much with N Can show biased RMS{v j } doesn’t vary much with N Biased Divide sum sq by N Note T fixed as N varied Thus for any N can write “unbiased” v-j 2 as Thus for any N can write “unbiased” v-j 2 as Approx true for any p Can generate exact relationship for each p like Allan-Barnes bias functions v-j 2 (N) v,M (T/M) 2 N-M N Errors vs N (T Fixed, M=2) RMS{v j } f 0 Noise 2 1 0 v-w 1101001K Samples N 2 1 0 f -2 Noise v-w RMS{v j } N = M+1 0 2 1 f -4 Noise v-w RMS{v j }

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Page 21 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Consequences of v,M ( ) as Approximate Measure of v-j Justifies using v,M (T/M) in residual error problems Justifies using v,M (T/M) in residual error problems When v w,M (t,A) is (M-1) th order polynomial Don’t have to perform LSQF on data if use v,M ( ) to estimate v-j Don’t have to perform LSQF on data if use v,M ( ) to estimate v-j Because ( ) M of (M-1) th order polynomial = 0 Well-known insensitivity of v,M ( ) to (M-1) th polynomial causal behavior True even if there is model error (effect on both v,M ( ) & v-j the same)

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Page 22 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Consequences of v,M ( ) as Approximate Measure of v-j Provides guidance in determining order of v,M ( ) to use as stability measure Provides guidance in determining order of v,M ( ) to use as stability measure v w,M (t,A) = Polynomial aging function Aging is strictly fitted over T = M For decoupled from T/M v,M ( ) v-j approx true Causal terms not modeled in v a,M (t,A) are part of instability measured by v,M ( ) Causal terms not modeled in v a,M (t,A) are part of instability measured by v,M ( ) Explains sensitivity of Allan variance to freq drift (only freq offset modeled) & insensitivity of Hadamard variance to such drift (both freq offset & drift modeled)

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Page 23 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt ssss ssss x & y Difference Variances Interpreted as Aging Removed v-j 2 M Var of y Aging Excluded Application Var of x Aging Excl Application 0MS{y} None Synthesizers & Rel time dist equip MS{x} None Abs time dist equip 1Allan y y offset Oscillators (y drift in instability) TIErms 2 /2 MS{TIE}/2 x offset Synth & rel time dist 2 Hadamard Picinbono y ofs & drift Oscillators (y drift not in instability) Allan x Jitter 2 x & y offset Osc (y drift in instab) 3 x,3 2 ( ) is equivalent to MS of x-jitter with time & freq offsets & freq drift removed Hadamard Picinbono x,y ofs y drift Osc (y drift not in instab)

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Page 24 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt M Var of y Aging Excluded Application Var of x Aging Excl Application 0MS{y} None Synthesizers & Rel time dist equip MS{x} None Abs time dist equip 1Allan y y offset Oscillators (y drift in instability) TIErms 2 /2 MS{TIE}/2 x offset Synth & rel time dist 2 Hadamard Picinbono y ofs & drift Oscillators (y drift not in instability) Allan x Jitter 2 x & y offset Osc (y drift in instab) 3 x,3 2 ( ) is equivalent to MS of x-jitter with time & freq offsets & freq drift removed Hadamard Picinbono x,y ofs y drift Osc (y drift not in instab) x & y Difference Variances Interpreted as Aging Removed v-j 2 Explains why low order v,M ( ) used for synthesizers & distribution equipment Explains why low order v,M ( ) used for synthesizers & distribution equipment Uncontrolled (but fixed) x & y offsets are part of “random” error Not considered part of “random” error for oscillators

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Page 25 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt M Var of y Aging Excluded Application Var of x Aging Excl Application 0MS{y} None Synthesizers & Rel time dist equip MS{x} None Abs time dist equip 1Allan y y offset Oscillators (y drift in instability) TIErms 2 /2 MS{TIE}/2 x offset Synth & rel time dist 2 Hadamard Picinbono y ofs & drift Oscillators (y drift not in instability) Allan x Jitter 2 x & y offset Osc (y drift in instab) 3 x,3 2 ( ) is equivalent to MS of x-jitter with time & freq offsets & freq drift removed Hadamard Picinbono x,y ofs y drift Osc (y drift not in instab) x & y Difference Variances Interpreted as Aging Removed v-j 2 Hadamard-Picinbono variance or x,3 2 ( ) equivalent to MS of x-jitter with time & freq offsets & freq drift removed Hadamard-Picinbono variance or x,3 2 ( ) equivalent to MS of x-jitter with time & freq offsets & freq drift removed

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Page 26 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt What to Do When v-j Does Diverges v-j or v,M ( ) can diverge for neg-p noise v-j or v,M ( ) can diverge for neg-p noise When v w,M (t,A) is fixed by system spec or physical problem being addressed Has been considered mathematical nuisance to be heuristically patched Such a divergence indicates real problem Such a divergence indicates real problem In system design, specification, or analysis v w,M (t,A) fixed in spec for a reason Not free to change w/o changing problem Thus divergence is diagnostic indication of a system problem to be fixed Thus divergence is diagnostic indication of a system problem to be fixed

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Page 27 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Divergence Example: 1 st Order PLL in Presence of f -3 Noise Well-known that 1 st order PLL will cycle slip when f -3 noise is present Well-known that 1 st order PLL will cycle slip when f -3 noise is present Indicated by divergence in -j for M=0 Changing to M > 0 -j eliminates divergence But this will not stop the cycle slipping But this will not stop the cycle slipping det Cycle Slips ~ Phase Lock Loop x ref out ~ VCO Loop Filt det = out - ref Ref Osc

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Page 28 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Can Only be Fixed by Changing System Design or Spec Fix design Eliminate slips Fix design Eliminate slips By changing design to 2 nd order PLL Fix spec Tolerate cycle slips but must change -j spec to exclude cycle slipped data Fix spec Tolerate cycle slips but must change -j spec to exclude cycle slipped data Effectively changes K v-j (f) Should also specify mean time to cycle slip Non-essential divergences Non-essential divergences System OK but wrong H s (f) or K v-j (f) due to faulty analysis Example: Failure to recognize HP filtering of residual error

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Page 29 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Final Summary & Conclusions Jitter, residual error, and variances can be viewed as equivalent measures Jitter, residual error, and variances can be viewed as equivalent measures When polynomial used for causal model Residual error guaranteed to converge if free to choose model for causal function Residual error guaranteed to converge if free to choose model for causal function Because order of HP filtering increases with complexity of model function used to estimate causal behavior Residual error often converges even when model function fixed by spec or problem Residual error often converges even when model function fixed by spec or problem When doesn’t is indication of real problem in design, spec, or analysis of system in question

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Page 30 PTTI 2007 -- V. Reinhardt Final Summary & Conclusions Jitter should be defined as residual error without ad hoc HP filtering Jitter should be defined as residual error without ad hoc HP filtering Because causal extraction provides HP filtering True causal error (wander) only accessible by determining true noise in system True causal error (wander) only accessible by determining true noise in system Paper is generalization & consolidation of previous work by many authors Paper is generalization & consolidation of previous work by many authors Allan, Barnes, Gagnepain, Vernotte, Greenhall, Riley, Howe, & many others Preprints: www.ttcla.org/vsreinhardt/ Preprints: www.ttcla.org/vsreinhardt/www.ttcla.org/vsreinhardt/

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