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Analog or analogue may refer to:
In electronics[change | edit source]
- Analog signal, a variable signal that is continuous in time and amplitude, as opposed to a digital or discrete signal:
In literature and language[change | edit source]
- Analog, an object, concept or situation which in some way resembles a different situation:
- Analogy, in language, a comparison between concepts
In entertainment[change | edit source]
- Analog Science Fiction and Fact, the current title of the magazine originally named Astounding Stories
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