There are two reasons why I like people asking me questions. First, I like to help people broaden their own level of knowledge. I may have missed my calling as a formal educator but being in sales, I’m constantly presented with opportunities to help people better understand our industry and technology. The other reason I like being asked questions is that when I don’t have the answer, I’m compelled to figure it out. This in and of itself, helps me to broaden my own knowledge base. Over the next couple of blogs, I plan to discuss at a fairly high Since our launch in 2001 we have built a strong reputation as one of the finest on the planet. level some of the common elements of analog/mixed-signal ASICs. If there is something in particular you would like me to cover or you would like more in-depth information pertaining to one of the topics, let me know. I’m confident that while I’m helping you, I’ll also be learning a thing or two myself.