Learn English – the analog equivalent of ‘digitally’

antonyms

In electronics, we can solve a problem digitally or analoguely ?

That doesn't sound right, but surely there must be a word I can use?


Update: some definitions:

digitally: Relating to or being a service that provides information expressed in discrete numerical form.

analoguely: Relating to or being a service that provides information expressed in continuous, non-discrete form. (This is my made up definition of a word I made up).

analogously: Similar or alike in such a way as to permit the drawing of an analogy.

As you can see, the word analogously doesn't mean the opposite of digitally, it means something else.

Best Answer

Analoguely would probably be technically correct, except it's such an awkward form it's never come into usage.

One solution would be to rephrase the sentence to avoid it.

"In electronics, we can have a digital or an analogue solution for a problem."