Elements of Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement

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Prentice Hall, 1996 - Education - 594 pages
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The book provides a readable introduction to ordinary workshop and laboratory instrumentation. Material is presented through a careful blend of theory and practice to provide a practical book for those who will soon be in the real world, working with electronics. KEY TOPICS: Contains a section on measurement math and statistics. Discusses technology from the late 19 century to the present to provide a context for the development of current and future technological innovations. Presents the theories and process of measurement to provide readers with an understanding of the practical uses of the instruments being studied. Includes practical material that is oriented toward various fields of measurement: electronic communications, audio, components testing, medical electronics and servicing.

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About the author (1996)

Joseph Carr was a military electronics technician and the author of several popular electronics books, including McGraw-Hill s "Secrets of RF Design", Third Edition and "Old Time Radios! Restoration and Repair". He wrote a monthly column for "Nuts & Volts" magazine.

George W. (Bud) Hippisley, W2RU, earned his BSEE degree from MIT, and was formerly chief operating officer for a major supplier of electronics to the cable TV industry. A long-time active amateur radio operator who has won or ranked nationally in many competitive on-the-air operating events, he has given talks on the basics of antennas and ionospheric propagation to radio clubs and other groups for more than 35 years.

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