I am a senior studying electronics, and have happened to make a bandgap reference circuit that gives out an output reference voltage of ~65 mV. I've constructed this after quite a few months of research and simulations alongside my mentor.
I wasn't really paying attention to the output reference voltage I was getting, I was more focused on the circuit's performance, like its Temperature Coefficient or its Line Sensitivity. While all that seems to be decent according to my literature survey, I feel the value of the reference voltage itself isn't useful. It seems a silly question to ask my mentor, but what exactly could I use a 65 mV reference voltage for?
P.S. I'm not willing to share any details of my circuit because I'm still working on it, and would like to keep the work confidential.