Principles of Electronic Instrumentation
This student-oriented text familiarizes undergraduates with the electronics involved in scientific instrumentation and control systems for use in research and end products. Suitable for the one- or two-semester courses, the text emphasizes electronics applications, rather than the physics or engineering of a device. This makes the material suitable for students who need a fundamental knowledge of electronics for the laboratory or workplace. Manufacturers' data sheets for nearly every common component are gathered in a convenient appendix, making learning and applications much easier and providing students with a valuable reference tool.
Specifications of Principles of Electronic Instrumentation
|Author||A. James Diefenderfer, Brian E. Holton|
|Publisher||Saunders College Pub.|
|Number Of Pages||600|
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