Power supply for MEMS

A stable power supply is very important for MEMS analogy sensors. Usually I take LDO regulator as the power of MEMS sensor.

I would like to know whether a switching regulator voltage can be used to drive MEMS sensor?

Thanks in advance

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Apr 29, 2016 12:14 AM

    I am really sorry that this post was not answered.  If this becomes an interest again in the near future, you can use a switching regulator, but would want to pay close attention to managing your output ripple and any other noise sources.  The ADP2119 might be worth looking into for this purpose for future projects.  I can assure you that any future questions will get quick attention.  I hope that this helps!

    Mark

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Apr 29, 2016 12:14 AM

    I am really sorry that this post was not answered.  If this becomes an interest again in the near future, you can use a switching regulator, but would want to pay close attention to managing your output ripple and any other noise sources.  The ADP2119 might be worth looking into for this purpose for future projects.  I can assure you that any future questions will get quick attention.  I hope that this helps!

    Mark

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