|4th August 2012, 06:46 AM||#11|
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Note to Phisci: this is also a reference build from a current into a resistor, but the difference with your idea is that here there is a negative feedback loop that modifies the current source 'strength' to compensate for reference changes with load changes (and a few other things), and thereby stabilizes the ref voltage.
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