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A Note From
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This month, I’m very pleased to start with something both special and unexpected. I recently received a letter from a previous Analog Dialogue editor, Dan Sheingold. I’d like to share it with you.

Congratulations to Analog Devices...

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50th AnniversaryAnalog Dialogue Turns 50

For five decades, we’ve been honored to be your engineering resource for innovative design. Take a look back with our first editor and discover some of our favorite articles.

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