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  1. Cartography (10500 bytes)
    3: ...Current trends in this field are moving away from analog methods of mapmaking and toward the creation of i...
  2. 2006 (7939 bytes)
    21: ...ent of television stations in the US to broadcast analog signals are lifted.
    63: ...December 31]] - [[Italy]] will officially cease [[analog tv]] transmissions and will definitely switch to ...
    69: * [[Finland]] plans to cease [[analog television]] broadcasts.
  3. Sundial (16148 bytes)
    149: ===Analog calculating sundials===
  4. Clock (10086 bytes)
    37: ... [[second]]s. It is called "analog" because it is analogous to the movement of the sun across the sky, and...
    59: * [[analog clock with digital display]]
    113: ...om/pete.boardman/24hourclock/history.html 24 hour analog clocks]
  5. Seismograph (4037 bytes)
    20: ...ound card provides a computer with an inexpensive analog-to-digital converter.
  6. Computer (32773 bytes)
    10: ...e flow of water in a dam. Such ''[[analog signal|analog]]'' computers were once common in the 1960s but a...
    24: ...ine. These qualifiers included [[analog (circuit)|analogue]], [[digital]] and [[electronic]]. However, fro...
    63: ====Digital versus analog====
    64: ...ters have become by far the most common, although analog computers are still used for some specialized pur...
    181: ...wikicities.com/wiki/Computing_analogies Computing analogies] The [[Wikicities]] article is the replacement...
  7. Computer hardware (4023 bytes)
    34: ...] - translates signals from the system board into analog voltage levels, and has terminals to plug in spea...
  8. Capacitor (29664 bytes)
    45: ...ve stability issues. Another figure of merit for analog components is stability with respect to time and ...
    120: ...either in binary form, as in [[computer]]s, or in analogue form, as in switched-capacitor circuits and buc...
    124: Capacitors can be used in [[analog computer]]s as components of integrators. Signal...
    128: ...ncy. Speakers use passive analog crossovers, and analog equalizers use capacitors to select different aud...
    176: ...n a substrate. Such capacitors are used to store analogue signals in switched-capacitor [[filter]]s, and ...
  9. Astrolabe (4446 bytes)
    4: ...be''' is a historical astronomical instrument and analog computer. Its many uses include finding and pred...
  10. Modem (21628 bytes)
    1: ... that [[modulation|modulates]] an [[analog signal|analog]] [[carrier wave|carrier]] [[signal]] ([[sound]])...
    9: Modems can be used over any means of transmitting analog signals, from driven [[diode]]s to [[radio]].
    48: ... the 1980s. They contain two functional parts: an analog section for generating the signals and operating ...
    68: ...sed to generate the tones normally handled by the analog portion of the modem. A small piece of hardware i...
    94: *[[Digital to analog converter]]
  11. Avalanche (25211 bytes)
    82: ...ocate a buried victim from 10 to 20 meters away. Analog receivers provide audible beeps that rescuers int...
  12. Gallium (9500 bytes)
    150: Analog [[integrated circuit]]s are the most common appli...
  13. Silicon (13233 bytes)
    44: ...oid]], silicon is less reactive than its chemical analog [[carbon]]. It is the second most abundant elemen...
  14. Computer display (4276 bytes)
    20: ...e, red, green, blue, cyan, magenta and yellow) or analog colour (red, green and blue signals are continuou...
  15. Film (18911 bytes)
    49: ...ecades have been recorded using [[analog (signal)|analog]] [[video]] technology similar to that used in te...
  16. Space Shuttle program (41074 bytes)
    66: ...60]] [[computer]]s connected to [[analog (signal)|analog]] displays in the cockpit similar to contemporary...
  17. Flight simulator (9712 bytes)
    13: ...ng how to fly night missions. In the [[1940s]], [[analog computer]]s were used to solve the equations of f...
  18. Mobile phone (30513 bytes)
    36: ...0Mhz bands. Some multi-mode phones can operate on analog networks as well (for example, dual band, tri-mod...
    59: ...o about 1996 or '97 typically can receive the old analog cell phones as easy as one can listen to an [[FM ...

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