Electronics Designer's Handbook
Lawrence J. Giacoletto
McGraw-Hill Companies, 1977 - Technology & Engineering - 2300 pages
Units, symbols, definitions, formulas, and conversion factors. Electrical and electronic properties of materials. Network components. Signal analysis. Circuit analysis. Filters. Attenuators and equalizers. Transmission lines. Vacuum tubes. Solid-state devices. Integrated electronic devices. Power supplies. Small-signal amplifiers. Large-signal amplifiers. Power amplifiers. Signal sources. Servo systems. wave-shaping circuits. Wave-generating circuits. Digital logic and circuits. Computer-aided design and analysis. Modulation. Receivers. Superheterodyne techniques. Transmitters. Radar and navigational systems. Information theory. Reliability/availability of systems.
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4g Differential and Integral Calculus M
Preface VJi Section 1 Units Symbols Definitions Formulas and Conversion Factors L Ciacoletto
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