The electronics handbook, 2d ed.
The electronics handbook
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Ed. by Jerry C. Whitaker.
Taylor & Francis
Electrical engineering electrical engineering: see engineering.
Branch of engineering concerned with the practical applications of electricity in all its forms, including those of electronics. handbook series; v.34
Thicker than a Manhattan phone book, this reference provides engineers and technicians with a convenient resource for theory and applications pertinent PERTINENT, evidence. Those facts which tend to prove the allegations of the party offering them, are called pertinent; those which have no such tendency are called impertinent, 8 Toull. n. 22. By pertinent is also meant that which belongs. Willes, 319. to design, production, installation, operation, and maintenance of electronic devices and systems. The chapters move in sequence through the topics of basic theory, materials, components, circuits, and applications; and coverage includes reliability, safety, and engineering management. Each chapter concludes with a list of terms and their definitions, an annotated list of references, and list of sources for further information. A glossary A term used by Microsoft Word and adopted by other word processors for the list of shorthand, keyboard macros created by a particular user. See glossaries in this publication and The Computer Glossary. , conversion factors, general mathematical tables Before calculators were cheap and plentiful, people would use mathematical tables —lists of numbers showing the results of calculation with varying arguments— to simplify and drastically speed up computation. , and list of abbreviations and acronyms are provided.
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