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Analog Circuit Design Volume Three by John Hamburger, Bob Dobkin

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Chapter 454

Micropower, single supply applications: (1) a self-biased, buffered reference (2) megaohm input impedance difference amplifier

Walt Jung and George Erdi

Abstract

Two micropower, single supply applications are described: (1) A self-biased, buffered reference, and (2) A megaohm input impedance difference amplifier.

Keywords

Micropower voltage reference

difference amplifier

LT1178

LT1077

A self-biased, buffered reference

Voltage reference circuits are common to precision analog designs, in a wide variety of forms. They can be either two or three terminal in basic configuration, and may or may not also provide buffering against line and/or load immunity. Micropower analog circuits are growing in both fashion as well as performance, ...

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