supply voltage sensitivity (kSVS) (1) (of an analog integrated circuit)

The absolute value of the ratio of the change in input offset voltage to the corresponding change in value of one supply voltage with all remaining supply voltages held constant.

NOTE See the reciprocal definition under "supply voltage rejection ratio".

(2) (of a digital-to-analog converter): The change in full-scale output current (or voltage) caused by a change in supply voltage.

NOTE This sensitivity is usually expressed as the ratio of the percentage change of full-scale current (or voltage) to the percentage change of supply voltage.

References

JESD99B, 5/07

JESD99B, 5/07

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