Instrumentation fundamentals and applications

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Wiley, Apr 13, 1984 - Science - 144 pages
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As a follow-up to Wiley's bestselling Grounding and Shielding in Instrumentation, this volume offers practical guidance to designing and building instrumentation systems, emphasizing instrumentation amplifiers. Treats the instrumentation problems as a system showing how each element affects performance. Details cable, shield, and ground philosophies and examines signal conditioning, digital control, and noise sensitivity.

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Contents

BASICS
1
TRANSDUCERS
20
TRANSDUCER CONNECTIONS
33
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RALPH MORRISON is a consultant and lecturer in the area of interference control and electronics. He has thirty years of design and consulting experience, was president of Instrum for more than a decade, and has authored "Noise and Other Interfering Signals," "Grounding and Shielding in Facilities," and "Solving Interference Problems in Electronics," all published by Wiley.

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