The DACx760 family can operate within the specified single-supply range of 10 V to 36 V applied to the AVDD pin or the specified dual-supply range of 10 V to 18 V applied to AVDD and 0 V to –18 V on AVSS or any subsequent combination that does not exceed the maximum difference of 36 V between AVDD and AVSS. The digital supply, DVDD, can operate within the specified supply range of 2.7 V to 5.5 V or be powered by the internal 4.6-V LDO. Switching power supplies and DC/DC converters often have high-frequency glitches or spikes riding on the output voltage. In addition, digital components can create similar high frequency spikes. This noise can be easily coupled into the DAC output voltage or current through various paths between the power connections and analog output. To further reduce noise, TI recommends including bulk and local decoupling capacitors. The current consumption on the AVDD and AVSS pins, the short-circuit current limit for the voltage output, and current ranges for the current output, are listed in Electrical Characteristics. The power supply must meet the requirements listed in Electrical Characteristics.