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# REF6025: REF6025 stability

Part Number: REF6025
Other Parts Discussed in Thread: REF5020

I need to adjust frequency of generator - 16,384,000 Hz. I need to vary voltage in the generator's control input "VC" in the range 1.5 V +/- 30 mV.

We made 5 devices and I measured voltage at the REF6025 outs - they are in the range of 2.501 V to 2.498 V.  I need temperature range from minus 40 to plus 60 C. While we did not check the temperature change. It would be desirable to obtain the maximum possible stability of the voltage in this temperature range.  While at a temperature of 20 degrees, the following is obtained: I adjust the frequency to the nominal with a potentiometer RP1, but then after a while it changes by 15-20 Hz. The reason I can not understand while - maybe the generators are not working very well. Variation of frequency within such limits is a lot  for me. It is probably necessary to review the values of the resistors R7 and RP1?  But the current of this resistor divider should be minimal since my device is powered by a battery. Can you advise something better circuit for voltage adjust?

But that's what I think: since I have enough voltage REF of 2V, can I apply not REF6025 but REF5020?  I think that the smaller the voltage difference from the output of REF from the value of 1.5 V, the less the error?

TIA

Sincerely

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