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Solutions Search - Series Voltage References

Precision Dual Output, High Current, Low Noise, Low Drift Reference

Michael B. Anderson - Senior IC Design Engineer Nov 1st 2016
Precision and mixed signal applications usually require a voltage reference and at times several regulators or LDOs to support the analog circuitry. Separate regulators isolate the analog supply, digital supply and the voltage reference. The voltage reference supports the reference inputs of DACs and ADCs, and other devices ...

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Voltage Reference: Performance Plus Features

Brendan Whelan - Design Manager Mar 28th 2016
Demand for higher performance in mixed-signal circuits requires ever-better voltage references. But the highest-performance references of yesterday aren’t suitable, as they are generally simple products with few additional features. With the development of high-performance bandgap references, plus improvements in process ...

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LS8 Package Improves Stability of Voltage References

Brendan Whelan - Design Manager Feb 12th 2013
Stability of precision electronic circuits is often dominated by the stability of the voltage reference. Most electronic systems rely on one or more voltage references to ensure that measurements or performance meets specifications, especially over long periods of time. Environmental factors directly affect the stability of ...

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Innovation Pushes State-of-the-Art in Voltage References

Brendan Whelan - Design Manager Nov 8th 2010
Most system designers use voltage references in their circuits. While many will agree that the performance may ultimately be limited by the reference, they are often unclear as to why. With so many reference products available, designers often choose based on a tradeoff between price and precision, using only initial accuracy ...

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LTC6655 0.25ppm Noise, Low Drift Precision Buffered Reference Family - Video Product Brief

Lailanie Reyes - Marketing Admin Jan 5th 2010
The LTC6655 is a complete family of precision bandgap voltage references, offering exceptional noise and drift performance. This low noise and drift is ideally suited for the high resolution measurements required by instrumentation and test equipment. In addition, the LTC6655 is fully specified over the temperature range of ...

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775 Nanovolt Noise Measurement for a Low Noise Voltage Reference

Jim Williams - Applications Guru Sep 15th 2009
Frequently, voltage reference stability and noise define measurement limits in instrumentation systems. In particular, reference noise often sets stable resolution limits. Reference voltages have decreased with the continuing drop in system power supply voltages, making reference noise increasingly important. The compressed ...

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Build Your Own Laboratory Precision Voltage Source - LT1236, LT1881, LT1010, LT1017

Mark Thoren - Staff Scientist Jun 15th 2008
Every electronics lab needs a couple different types of voltage sources. Power supplies are the obvious choice, but these bench top supplies are not very stable over time and temperature, they cannot sink current and it can be very difficult to set an accurate voltage. This video gives a step-by-step demonstration of an amplifier ...

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