Demonstration circuit 2177A-A features the LT3061, a micropower, low noise and low dropout voltage linear regulator with output discharge. The input voltage ranges from 2.1V to 45V and the maximum output current is 100mA. A resistor divider determines the output voltage, and a jumper adjusts the divider to set the output voltage to either 1.2V, 1.5V, 1.8V, 2V, 2.5V, 3.3V, 5V or a voltage that is user-programmed but requires the installation of a resistor. The output uses a 10μF ceramic capacitor and the internal reference is bypassed with a 10nF capacitor to reduce output noise and program the soft-start. There is also a 10nF feedforward capacitor to improve load transient response and decrease noise at higher output voltages. The position of the VOUTEN jumper either pulls up the SHDN pin to the input supply through a 100k resistor, shorts SHDN to ground or floats the SHDN pin so it can be driven directly by a signal applied to the SHDN terminal.