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775 Nanovolt Noise Measurement for a Low Noise Voltage Reference

April 07, 2010 // Jim Williams // 0 comments

775 Nanovolt Noise Measurement for a Low Noise Voltage Reference Download White Paper 1Mo

An innovative power IC from Linear Technology now provides system designers with a two-terminal current source. Until now, current sources were imprecise or had to be designed from other components. The LT3092 200mA two-terminal current source overcomes the problems associated with previous current sources, with its wide voltage range, high AC and DC impedance, good regulation, low temperature coefficient, and the fact that it requires no capacitors.

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