Delay-Locked Loop (DLL)
Definition - What does Delay-Locked Loop (DLL) mean?
A delay-locked loop (DLL) is a digital circuit that provides high-bandwidth data transmission rates between devices. DLL transmissions have no propagation delay, low clock skew between output clock signals and advanced clock domain control. DLL is similar to a phase-locked loop except that it does not include an internal voltage-controlled oscillator.
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