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Back in the 1970’s I was an Analog Applications Engineering Section Head at Signetics Corporation (later bought by North American Philips) and was having a lot of trouble finding competent analog engineers. It seemed that the “bits only” ideology had found fertile ground and very few engineering students wanted to study analog electronics. Of course, colleges and universities tailor their course offerings to suit student demands, so there were few analog classes offered, furthe ...

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