Planet Analog is an online community for designers and engineers – both newbies and wizards – interested in discussing and advancing the state-of-the-art in analog design techniques, technologies, integration, and application. With design cycles shortening, analog expertise in high demand, and access to the truly experienced analog engineer lacking, Planet Analog fills the gap between theory and practice in a community devoted to the art.
Through experienced analog editorial leadership, blogs, comments, insights, and contributions from experts in-the-know and those who wish to learn more, Planet Analog is a learning playground where analog aficionados can connect daily to hone their skills, share their discoveries, and have some fun.
Editor in Chief
Planet Analog Editor in Chief, Brad Albing, has worked as a design engineer for more than 30 years and as a field applications engineer for more than four years. He has extensive experience doing analog circuit design and working with many customers to solve a variety of design and manufacturing problems.
With a penchant for writing, Brad has had articles published in and been a contributing editor for the leading electronics industry publications. He also enjoys teaching and mentoring the next generation of analog engineers, while satisfying his curiosity about new developments in analog technology.
Brad's business card once said, "Analog design wizardry performed while you wait. Ask about our specials on pole and zero incantations." In his spare time he enjoys bike riding through the Cuyahoga Valley and tinkering in his lab with analog circuits and guitar electronics, accompanied by his cat, Merlin.