ForensisGroup Analog Expert Witnesses have years of experience in these electronic systems with a continuously variable signal. Digital electronics, by comparison, are electrical systems where signals usually take only two levels. Analog circuits are harder to design than digital circuits that accomplish the same task.
Our analog expert witnesses work in the design and testing of the analog and mixed-signal devices. Many have experience and in-depth knowledge of CMOS analog-to-digital converters (ADC) and digital-to-analog converters (DAC or D/A). They also have knowledge of analog circuit design for data converters, analog filters, as well as AGC and VGA design and the design, development, and debugging of analog integrated circuits with an emphasis on mixed-signal ICs. This includes strong expertise in control theory and device physics.
Their expert witness experience includes patent infringement litigation, contract disputes, licensing, patent invalidity, technical damages, alternative technologies, prior art searching, and evidence of use.
Many have MS or Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering.
If you are unable to locate the appropriate analog witness by searching through our highly qualified selection, please contact our staff, and we will work on researching and recruiting additional experts for your case. You’ll be provided with an initial case consultation at no cost to you before each expert is retained. And because our experts do not pay a fee to be listed, we select each individual based only on his or her skills, strengths, and expertise. Let us match you with a leading analog expert witness today for your specific case.