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Analog ICs

Analog ICs operate in the realm of continuous signals, interpreting information through varying levels of voltage or current.

They accurately represent real-world phenomena by using the continuity of signals to provide smooth transitions and accurate measurements, making them indispensable where continuous signal processing is paramount, such as in audio equipment and sensors.

Analog circuits are simpler than digital circuits in design. Many sensors, including temperature, pressure and light sensors, rely on analog circuits for accurate and continuous measurements in industries ranging from automotive to healthcare. They play a key role in regulating, converting and controlling power in electrical systems, enabling efficient energy management.

Analog circuits are a combination of operational amplifiers, resistors, capacitors and other basic electronic components. These circuits can be simple, such as a voltage divider circuit, or built using many components. Analog circuits can attenuate, amplify, isolate, modify, and distort a signal.