Is it possible to increase the ADM7150 output voltage to 12V using this kind of circuit?

will the output noise increased?

what is the max and min value of r1 and r2 can be used?

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• If you really need low noise (<2uVrms or even <20uVrms) then the LM317 will not be able to achieve that.

Most LM317 have noise levels of 50-100 times per volt or 1000x the noise if you are trying to generate 12V.

Could you use the ADP7118 or ADP7142? This will have noise around 12uV at 12V output.

See the DESIGN EXAMPLE OF USING THE NOISE REDUCTION NETWORK WITH THE ADP7142

in the following app note:

http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/application_notes/AN-1329.pdf

ADI's new LDOs have this ability to use fixed voltage LDOs, like a 5V preset version, and raise it's voltage above the set point instead of having to use the 1.2V version of the LDO to do that. Noise is improved by setting the reference voltage internally in addition to the noise reduction technique described in the app note.

Luca

• If you really need low noise (<2uVrms or even <20uVrms) then the LM317 will not be able to achieve that.

Most LM317 have noise levels of 50-100 times per volt or 1000x the noise if you are trying to generate 12V.

Could you use the ADP7118 or ADP7142? This will have noise around 12uV at 12V output.

See the DESIGN EXAMPLE OF USING THE NOISE REDUCTION NETWORK WITH THE ADP7142

in the following app note:

http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/application_notes/AN-1329.pdf

ADI's new LDOs have this ability to use fixed voltage LDOs, like a 5V preset version, and raise it's voltage above the set point instead of having to use the 1.2V version of the LDO to do that. Noise is improved by setting the reference voltage internally in addition to the noise reduction technique described in the app note.

Luca

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