About Analog Dialogue


Analog Dialogue is a free technical magazine published by Analog Devices, Inc. It has appeared monthly since 1967, the second year after the company was founded. Analog Dialogue is a forum for exchanging ideas, answers and insights related to circuits, as well as systems and software for real-world signal processing system design. 

Written by Engineers for Engineers

From the very first issue until the present, Analog Dialogue has been a gateway to ADI’s state-of-the-art signal acquisition and processing technology. In doing so, it has become a leading resource for products, system solutions, applications and design techniques in the realm of high-performance analog, digital and mixed-signal processing. Written by ADI engineers for engineers, Analog Dialogue is dedicated to inspiring and helping you to realize your next generation system designs.

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Decades of Electronics History at Your Fingertips

With a string of issues stretching back to the 1960s, Analog Dialogue has also become a chronicle of technical progress—both within ADI and the electronics industry itself. Wander through our archives and get a sense of the excitement and wonder around some of the biggest innovations of the last half century.

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There’s No Dialogue Without You 

Analog Dialogue has always been about helping and sharing with you − engineers, scientists, electronic technicians, and now EE students. You can rely on us to stay true to our objectives:

  • To provide information about new ADI products and technologies, how to apply them, and what they can do for your next design project (and ultimately for your customer).
  • To alert you to newly available products, solutions, published articles, webcasts and other resources that contribute to innovative design.
  • To listen to your suggestions, provide a forum for Q&A, and foster technical discussion.

We believe Analog Dialogue is more than a magazine. It’s an educational resource with links and tendrils connected to all aspects of linear, mixed-signal and system design. And most of all, it’s a community that includes you. 

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