We are looking at using the 500 Msps DAC3152 (probably running it about 200-250 Msps) because of its low power, small size and simple interface. However I noticed it has current sink outputs rather than the usual current source outputs which means the outputs are tied to AVDD3.3 rather than GND. I wanted to know if this means the device is more susceptible to power supply noise than a current source device that would have outputs to GND. We do not have extremely demanding specs on the output however it is going to be put on a digital board with high power consumption and thus likely to have noisy power rails. Thanks.