ADR444 reference design for noise reduction?

We need reference voltage of 4,096V with the lowest noise.

We try ADR444 + output filter+pA low noise buffer amplifier.

Before we start counting and beating a dead path, you do not have a appnote or reference design with similar problem?

For specify. We need voltage reference with 0.1-10Hz output noise ~250nVp-p

Capacity how much can hang on output ADR4xx?



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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Oct 2, 2013 10:57 PM

    Hi Zuzana,

    The ADR444 is a good choice in that, at 1.8uV, it has the lowest integrated noise from 0.1-10Hz of any of our references. It's rated load capacitance is 0.1uF.

    You may also want to consider the new ADR4540. It has slightly higher 0.1-10Hz noise of 2.8uV but it has a max load capacitance of 100uF. So you should be able to hang much higher filter capacitance from it and still maintain stabillity of the reference's output.

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Oct 2, 2013 10:57 PM

    Hi Zuzana,

    The ADR444 is a good choice in that, at 1.8uV, it has the lowest integrated noise from 0.1-10Hz of any of our references. It's rated load capacitance is 0.1uF.

    You may also want to consider the new ADR4540. It has slightly higher 0.1-10Hz noise of 2.8uV but it has a max load capacitance of 100uF. So you should be able to hang much higher filter capacitance from it and still maintain stabillity of the reference's output.

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