Analog Signal Processing and Instrumentation

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CUP Archive, Sep 13, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 454 pages
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Integrated circuits have revolutionised design electronics. This new paperback edition of Professor Arbel's text for electronic systems designers treats integrated circuits as black boxes whose properties are specified by the manufacturer and shows bow to design circuits that make the best use of them. This approach enables the designer to concentrate on the best way of using the circuit modules. A most valuable feature of the book is the presence of many practical problems together with their solutions. There is also a bibliography.
 

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Contents

Basic and feedback amplifiers
3
Transducers
98
Analog signal conditioning
113
Analog signal measurement in the time domain
194
Digitaltoanalog converters
206
Analogtodigital conversion techniques
218
Converters selected topics
253
Data acquisition systems
265
Computer aided design
308
Appendix A Random data analysis
328
Appendix B Analysis of feedback amplifiers
354
Analysis and design techniques for LT
372
Characterization of a transfer function
387
Appendix E The sampling theorem
392
Appendix H Abbreviations and notation
417
Index
433

Signal enhancement
290

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