I intend to use the AD5790 DAC for a precise DC voltage source. The datasheets says that the noise in the 0.1Hz to 10Hz bandwidth is 1.1uVpp (datasheet page 3 and 15).
Further there is a noise density plot on page 16. I estimated the 1/f corner frequency to be about 7Hz.
If I integrate the noise density from 0.1Hz to 10Hz I got a noise of about 45.8nV rms.
Vn rms = Vnw * sqrt( Fc * ln(Fc/FL) + (Fh- Fc) ) = 8 *sqrt(7*ln(7/0.1)+(10-7)) = 45.8nV rms
Vnw = voltage noise spectral density in the white region = 8nV / sqrt(Hz)
Fl = lowest frequency of interest in the 1/f region = 0.1Hz
Fh = highest frequency of interest in the white region = 10Hz
Fc = 1/f corner frequency
Multiplying the rms noise with a factor of 6.6 gives roughly the pk-pk noise. 45.8nV * 6.6 = 302.3nVpkpk
This should correspond with the pk-pk noise given in the datasheet. But it does not. The datasheet specifies a pk-pk noise of 1.1uV which is 3.6 times more.
Where does this discrepancy come from?