Steven M. Sandler (born December 26, 1958) is an American inventor and businessman.
Mr. Sandler was born in Teaneck, New Jersey and studied math, physics, and electronics.
While at Venus Scientific in 1985, he invented and developed a magnetic modulation technology, which was used in the power supplies for the ALQ-184 radar jammer. The power supply offered many benefits over standard PWM techniques.
Sandler founded Analytical Engineering, Inc in 1995. He was the CEO until 2000, when it became AEi Systems LLC. In his current position at AEi, Sandler is responsible for the design, worst case analysis, reliability analysis, and FMECA analysis of satellite and high-reliability power electronic systems.
He spent 6 years modeling power electronics for the International Space Station, including the US, Canadian, and Russian components.
Sandler has authored several books on power supply modeling and simulation, among them SMPS Simulation with Spice 3, Switchmode Power Supply Simulation with PSpice, and SPICE Circuit Handbook.