Why do you only provide typical specifications for jitter in your data sheets?
Timing jitter is a quantity that has an underlying statistical nature. In order to quantify a maximum jitter value, one would need to measure the jitter over an infinite time interval. Instead, jitter is typically given as an RMS quantity, which captures the statistical nature of the measurement.
Data sheets do not list a MAXIMUM RMS jitter value because the statistical nature of the measurement would require measuring every device manufactured over all operating conditions, which is not practical.
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