Published every year since 1967, Analog Dialogue is the longest-running in-house publication in the electronics industry. Its on-line version(http://www.analog.com/library/analogDialogue/index.html), published since 1999, includes: Thoughtful articles, written by Design, Applications, and Marketing Engineers at Analog Devices, featuring tutorials, technology, applications, and other information about significant products for analog, digital, and mixed-signal processing; New-Product Briefs on recently released products available from stock, hyperlinked to data sheets and other information; Pre-Release Product briefs with links to preliminary data sheets for front-line products, “tomorrow's winners,” on the way to being fully released; a Potpourri section with links to all sorts of “good stuff,” mostly on the ADI Web site (http://www.analog.com). Links include Application Notes, recently revised Data Sheets, recent ADI Patents, recent Articles in the trade press by ADI authors, eNewsletters, and more; and Editorial Notes, which keep readers informed as to what ADI is up to.
The online Archives (http://www.analog.com/library/analogDialogue/archives.html) capture the journalistic history of Analog Devices products, technologies, and applications that were published in Analog Dialogue, from Volume 1, Number 1, 1967, through the present. Every article can be accessed by volume and by author. Editors’ Notes, “Ask The Applications Engineer” articles, and Barrie Gilbert’s “The Wit and Wisdom of Dr. Leif” are also included. The archives also introduce many of the design, marketing, and applications engineers who contributed to this effort, providing readers with a flavor of the times.