Electronic Technology Handbook

Author: Neil Sclater

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 576

View: 160

Cutting edge electronics technology demystified Anyone with a basic technical background can gain a fast understanding of electronics technology with the easy-to-read Electronics Technology Handbook. Electronic engineering newcomers will find this a one-step, non-mathematical resource for clear explanations of electronics technology essentials--from AC theory and generation to wireless communications and microprocessors. Encyclopedic coverage supported with hundreds of concept-clarifying illustrations shows you exactly how contemporary electronic devices and systems work and interact. You'll quickly discover the principles at the heart of such widely used technologies as transistors; integrated circuits; television; ATM machines; cell phones; bar-code readers; sensors; robotics; satellites; electron microscopes; process control; radar; global positioning system; night vision systems; and much more.

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A List for Community Colleges, Technical Institutes and Vocational Schools

Author: Edward Mapp

Publisher: New York : Bowker

ISBN:

Category: Professional education

Page: 308

View: 668

Electronic Technology

A Suggested 2-year Post High School Curriculum

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Electronics

Page: 116

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Standard Handbook of Electronic Engineering, 5th Edition

Author: Donald Christiansen

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 2200

View: 169

The Standard Handbook of Electronics Engineering has defined its field for over thirty years. Spun off in the 1960’s from Fink’s Standard Handbook of Electrical Engineering, the Christiansen book has seen its markets grow rapidly, as electronic engineering and microelectronics became the growth engine of digital computing. The EE market has now undergone another seismic shift—away from computing and into communications and media. The Handbook will retain much of its evergreen basic material, but the key applications sections will now focus upon communications, networked media, and medicine—the eventual destination of the majority of graduating EEs these days.

Automotive Electronics Handbook

Author: Ronald K. Jurgen

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1000

View: 572

Bestselling auto electronics bible Brimming with the latest advances in auto electronics, Automotive Electronics Handbook, Second Edition makes you an instant expert on today's leading edge technologies--stability control, object detection, collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and more. Plus, you get under-the-hood engineering details on automotive antitheft systems, navigation aids, and intelligent vehicle-highway systems--completely updated for 21st century vehicle design. Nearly 50 well-known auto electronics gurus at firms ranging from Chrysler to Motorola hand you ready-to-use templates and powerful on-the-job shortcuts, taking you far beyond basic sensors and actuators for schematic-level working explanations of everything from front and side airbags, smart instrument displays and sleep warning systems to seat occupancy detectors, all-electric vehicles, electric hybrids and more. With hundreds of all-new design secrets and previews of emerging digital technologies, this exhaustive guide is the most comprehensive of its kind.

Electronic Technology Handbook

Author: Neil Sclater

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 576

View: 224

Cutting edge electronics technology demystified Anyone with a basic technical background can gain a fast understanding of electronics technology with the easy-to-read Electronics Technology Handbook. Electronic engineering newcomers will find this a one-step, non-mathematical resource for clear explanations of electronics technology essentials--from AC theory and generation to wireless communications and microprocessors. Encyclopedic coverage supported with hundreds of concept-clarifying illustrations shows you exactly how contemporary electronic devices and systems work and interact. You'll quickly discover the principles at the heart of such widely used technologies as transistors; integrated circuits; television; ATM machines; cell phones; bar-code readers; sensors; robotics; satellites; electron microscopes; process control; radar; global positioning system; night vision systems; and much more.

Capacitive and Resistive Electronic Components

Author: D.S. Campbell

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 374

View: 984

This text, though primarily concerned with the properties and structure of resistors and capacitors, also provides a comprehensive general introduction to the electronic properties of materials used in the manufacture of electronic components. Coverage includes the band theory of materials and the conduction mechanisms in metals, dielectrics and other structures. The manufacture, structure and properties of fixed and variable resistors and capacitors are discussed in detail. Also included are non-linear components such as NTC and PTC thermistors, strain gauges, pressure transducers, varistors and sensors. The text concludes with a chapter on the quality and reliability of electronic devices with practical values of field reliability performance quoted.