McGraw-Hill Electronic Testing Handbook: Procedures and Techniques
This text details the different types of circuit-testing equipment that are available, what the various types do, and how they operate. The second half of the book is devoted to step-by-step procedures for testing electronic devices, circuits and components, using the test instruments described in the first half. The book explains what is probably wrong if expected test results are not obtained. It shows how to interpret results so they form the basis for troubleshooting electronic equipment and for analysis of experimental or design circuits. The reader should also gain a thorough knowledge of what is being tested and why the test is required.
Specifications of McGraw-Hill Electronic Testing Handbook: Procedures and Techniques
|Author||John D. Lenk|
|Number Of Pages||397|
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