I have 4 nodes in my circuit that require virtual ground of half the power supply voltage. 2 of the nodes are just offset for input signal and other 2 are for op-amp biasing to virtual ground.
Can I use one voltage divider to provide offset for all these nodes? This would greatly reduce BOM and save PCB area(eliminating 6 resistors and some capacitors), but I am not sure if this can't cause some kind of issues?
There was similar question, but it was talking about one IC, in my circuit I have two separate input connections and two op-amps(though they are in same package).
Also maybe a better question would be in more generic form - can one use single voltage divider to bias several points(no matter how many) to virtual ground? I understand that in some circuits the resistance on the output of voltage divider will basically make no sense, but if I for example have 16 op amps that need to be biased - will it work?