This work presents examination of a novel current source circuit. The implementation of a linear combination of two
reference voltages and a voltage drop across a load resistor to control a power supply voltage in a typical bipolar current
source allows limitation of the correlation between the output stage collector-emitter voltage and the load current,
resistance. The first reference voltage, V<sub>ref1</sub>, controls the load current, while the second reference voltage, V<sub>ref2</sub>, controls
the output stage emitter-collector voltage. Consequently, this voltage is independent of the load current and resistance,
which is particularly important for reducing the influence of Early effect. The presented circuit is characterized by a
simple design and relatively low cost.