### Table 3. VCO Simulated Phase Noise Colpitts Differential

"... In PAGE 5: ... Phase noise results for the two os- cillator implementations are shown in Fig. 10 and speci c values are given in Table3 for the common comparison fre- quencies of 600kHz and 1MHz offsets from the carrier. Table 3.... ..."

### Table 4. VCO Simulated FOM

"... In PAGE 5: ... This FOM was originally proposed in [5] and further discussions may be found in [4]. Substituting the SpectreRF determined phase noise value allows the normalized FOM for the oscillators to be deter- mined, as shown in Table4 . Comparisons with previously published bipolar results are also included for comparison.... ..."

### Table 4.13: Percentage of M.A.E. reduction in the training phase for different values of R, for the random method and the noise-aware algorithm.

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### Table. 1 summarizes the results obtained for both of the oscillators along with the Bluetooth specifications. It can be observed from the Table. 1 that the complementary VCO achieves almost the same phase noise performance for nearly half the current consumption.

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### Table 4 Deviation in mean busyness value (DMB) for diVTerent noise removal schemesa

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"... In PAGE 14: ... A negative value of DMB implies the over-smoothing performed by the associated algo- rithm and it also indicates the loss of certain edge fea- tures. Table4 summarizes the observation. From the table it is evident that the overall (as well as individ- ual) score of the proposed method falls behind those of MF and CA.... ..."

### TABLE 2 Characteristics of VCO output relative to the output of FDN assuming the VCO exhibits simple accumulating jitter and the FDN is noise free.

### Table 11. Timings (in s) of the fastest methods for point multiplication kP, P xed, and for kP + lQ, P xed and Q not known a priori on the P-192 curve.

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"... In PAGE 17: ... We should note that no special e ort was expended in optimizing our eld arithmetic over the larger elds Fp384, Fp521, F2409 and F2571|the optimization techniques used for these elds were restricted to those employed in the smaller elds. Table11 presents timings for these operations for the P-192 curve when the eld arithmetic is implemented primarily in assembly, when Barrett reduction... In PAGE 19: ...8% Modular inversion (Algorithm 12) 1 0.9% 7 Conclusions Signi cant performance improvements are obtained when using Jacobian and Chudnovsky coordinates, primarily due to the high inversion to multiplication 2 Since Barrett reduction does not exploit the special nature of the NIST primes, the Barrett column of Table11 can be interpreted as rough timings for ECDSA operations over a random 192-bit prime.... ..."

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### Table I: Estimates of expected durations of quot;on quot; and quot;off apos; times and of the quot;on quot; time photon-emission, for various estimation methods.

### Table 1 shows the effect of enforcing consistency between the pair-wise registrations. It tended to have less of an effect on the phase registration results, which were more consistent. The most notable improvement was in the results for the predictive interpolation method. In the presence of significant noise, the improvement tended toward the expected factor of

"... In PAGE 5: ...4-0.5 Table1 : Reduction in RMS error from enforcing consistency between individual offsets. Fig 3: Registration error as a function of noise level of the 4 algorithms applied to each of the test images.... ..."

### Table 1: Method performance in noise reduction of calibration pattern relative to different digitals cameras; values correspond to the reduction of the standard deviation relative to a uniform patch.

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