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Planet Analog ‘Ask the Experts’ for May: Voltage References & Current Sources

On May 21, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. EDT (10:00 a.m. PDT), our experts will be available to answer all your questions regarding Voltage reference and Current sources. Leading up to that session will be some brief tutorials that will stimulate your design imagination and prompt questions.

We are inviting experts from Analog Devices and Maxim Integrated that have a wide variety of references, and also from Apex Microtechnology, a company that has very high precision and high temperature voltage sources.

Be sure to mark the date and time and build up your analog expertise with tutoring from these analog experts in the industry.

You can sign using the link below on May 21 and even enter questions ahead of time.

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3 comments on “Planet Analog ‘Ask the Experts’ for May: Voltage References & Current Sources

  1. Davidled
    May 19, 2014

    Mainly, current source is depending on the selected voltage source in the circuit. Then, current source could be generated. What if the load requires more current source, I am wondering whether voltage source is changed.  Or, if the leakage current is minimized in the circuit, more juice would be going to the load in alternative way. Then, at least we need to figure out how to minimize the leakage current.

  2. Steve Taranovich
    May 21, 2014

    @DaeJ—please see Dennis Feucht's article on the Howland Pump current source for some great insights http://edn.com/design/analog/4430167/Op-Amp-Current-Sources–The-Howland-Current-Pump

  3. Sachin
    June 30, 2014

    @Steve, thanks for the link. @DaeJ, Similarly I found the pdf from TI very useful. : “http://www.ti.com/lit/an/snoa474a/snoa474a.pdf”

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