Electronic Instrumentation and Measurements

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Oxford University Press, Jun 22, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 451 pages
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This book offers a complete treatment of both digital and analog instruments; their operation, application, and limitations. Measurement methods and measurement precision are also covered. Commencing with the explanations of units, dimensions, and standards, the text treats measurement errors, then covers electromechanical instruments in one chapter and analog electronics VOMs in another.A single chapter is devoted to the explanation of digital instruments basics and another to digital voltmeters and frequency meters. Instrument calibration is also explained, and methods of measuring resistance, inductance, and capacitance are covered in detail.The operation and application of oscilloscopes, both analog and digital, is comprehensively treated, as are a wide variety of laboratory-type electronic instruments.

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David A. Bell is a professional engineer. He was employed as a circuit design specialist in the electronics industry for many years before becoming a professor at Lambton College of Applied Arts and Technology. He has written five electronics/technology books which are in multiple editions.These have been used in colleges and universities throughout Canada and the United States and around the world.

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