5.4-3 Use small-error PLL analysis to show that a first-order loop [H(s) = 1] cannot track an incoming signal whose instantaneous frequency is varying is varying linearly with time. This signal can be tracked within a constant phase if H(s) = (s+a)/s. It can be tracked with a zero phase error.

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