Active Electronic Component Handbook

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Charles A. Harper, Harold C. Jones
McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 672 pages
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A new edition of the classic guide to design data for modern electronic components The completely revised and updated edition of this best-selling handbook provides the latest data, information, and design guidelines for all engineers who designs, manufacture, and use active components in electronic systems. The Second Edition offers you an expert account of the nature and types of active components in electronic systems. The Second Edition offers you an expert account of the nature and types of active components presently in use--and also discusses the importance of developing the right supplier-user team for optimizing the application of these components in electronic systems. You'll find entirely new chapters on microwave and optoelectronic components, plus up-to-the-minute coverage of programmable logic and application specific integrated circuits (ASICs). . .memory devices. . .microprocessors and microcontrollers. . .microwave devices. . .hybrid and multichip module devices. . .discrete semiconductors. . .display devices. . .and photonic components. Featuring 700 helpful illustrations, this definitive reference tool will give you the detailed information and expertise required to select and use the best components and component systems for your electronic and electrical product designs.

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Contents

Programmable Logic and ApplicationSpecific
2-1
Memory Devices 3 1
3-1
Microprocessors and Microcontrollers 4 1
4-1
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About the author (1996)

Harold C. Jones does professional landscape design and is an avid sports fan. He started writing as a hobby. He began taking it seriously when he realized he had something to say. His work has helped him to come to terms with himself, or perhaps explore himself would be more accurate. Harold believes that homo-erotica is valid as literature, and that it can be written in such a way that real stories of real people takes precedence over mere prurience, and still be a hot read.

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