Handbook of electrical and electronics technology / edited by Curtis D. Johnson.Material type: TextPublication details: Englewood Cliffs, NJ ; London : Prentice Hall, c1996. ISBN: 0132106183Subject(s): Electric engineering -- Handbooks, manuals, etcDDC classification: 621.3
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Ch. 1. Network Concepts and Analysis / Farrokh Attarzadeh -- Ch. 2. Sources of Electrical Energy / Curtis D. Johnson -- Ch. 3. Power Supplies and Regulators / Orville R. Detraz -- Ch. 4. Resistance / Curtis D. Johnson -- Ch. 5. Capacitors / Curtis D. Johnson -- Ch. 6. Inductance / William F. Schallert -- Ch. 7. Transformers / William F. Schallert -- Ch. 8. Magnetic Devices and Motors / Warren Hill -- Ch. 9. Diodes / Curtis D. Johnson -- Ch. 10. Transistors and Other Semiconductor Devices / Hal Broberg -- Ch. 11. Operational Amplifiers / Curtis D. Johnson -- Ch. 12. Special Function Integrated Circuits / Warren Hill -- Ch. 13. Digital Electronics / Roger Hack -- Ch. 14. Large-Scale Integration Circuits / Robert J. Borns -- Ch. 15. Microprocessors / Paul I-Hai Lin -- Ch. 16. Filters / Luces Faulkenberry -- Ch. 17. Measurement / Curtis D. Johnson -- Ch. 18. Communication Systems / Harold Killen -- Appendix 1 Units, Conversions, and Constants -- Appendix 2 Solid Copper Wire Properties -- Appendix 3 Mathematical Formulas and Relations.
This concise, practical applications handbook is designed as a reference for daily job activities in electrical and electronics technology. Each chapter addresses a major topic and offers practical examples. The Handbook of Electrical and Electronics Technology provides a concise, yet thorough, treatment of the basic concepts, principles, devices, and elements of modern electrical and electronics networks. These include general circuit concepts and sources of electrical power; common circuit components from resistors to transistors, as well as transformers and motors; analog and digital integrated systems; special purpose ICs, such as timers, phase-lock-loops, and amplifiers; and specialized areas, including filters, measurement, and communication.