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Bias generators with ultralow noise and ripple for sensitive circuits

Bias generators with ultralow noise and ripple for sensitive circuits

The LT®3095 generates two low-noise bias supplies from a common input voltage ranging from 3V to 20V. Each channel includes a fixed frequency, peak current-mode step-up switching regulator and a low-noise, singleresistor- programmable 50mA linear regulator. The linear regulator’s high power supply ripple rejection (PSRR) combined with its low-noise performance results in less than 100μVP-P output ripple and noise.

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