Do we have to worry about aliasing when using chopper-based op amps to build analog filters?
In an old-style chopper-stabilized amplifier, it would not work out well as a filter exactly because of aliasing. In our newer designs, such as the AD8628, which we call zero-drift, they do not work in the same manner as a 'true' chopper. The input is not ever truly disconnected from the signal path. There is still a high-frequency noise from sampling an internal signal that relates to the offset, so that is present at the output. These zero-drift can be used quite well in low-pass filters up to 10-20kHz. They are primarily intended as amplifiers for low-level sensors and similar applications.