Intel® MAX® 10 Clocking and PLL User Guide

ID 683047
Date 12/26/2023
Document Table of Contents No Compensation Mode

In no compensation mode, the PLL does not compensate for any clock networks. This mode provides better jitter performance because clock feedback into the PFD does not pass through as much circuitry. Both the PLL internal and external clock outputs are phase-shifted with respect to the PLL clock input.

Figure 13. Example of Phase Relationship Between the PLL Clocks in No Compensation Mode