Interesting. But wouldn't it be better to use a voltage reference and then boost its output with a bipolar transistor?LM317's only have a finite ripple rejection ratio. If you need even more, try preceding the LM317 constant current source with a fixed DC voltage regulator. It worked for me in one product.
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