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Electricity and Electronics for the Microcomputer Age

By (author) Stanley L. Rosen
Format: Hardback
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, New York, United States
Imprint: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Published: 11th Mar 1987
Dimensions: w 220mm h 290mm
Weight: 1729g
ISBN-10: 0471881953
ISBN-13: 9780471881957
Barcode No: 9780471881957
This new text on basic AC/DC circuit theory and the fundamentals of electronics introduces technology students to the design and troubleshooting of modern electronic devices. Every chapter puts the material learned to real world applications, and no other book has such extensive practical coverage - with a heavy emphasis on troubleshooting and the operation of test equipment. The book includes coverage of digital circuitry and microprocessors, and instruction in the composition and operation of multimeters, oscilloscopes and signal sources. Also discussed are complex integrated circuits, electromagnetic interference, circuit timing, static conditions and power line transients. The mathematics employed includes elementary algebra and right triangle trigonometry - and every mathematical concept used in the book is developed and reviewed so that students with weak math backgrounds can learn (or relearn) the necessary math in the context of electrical concepts. Many examples and exercises are contained in this well illustrated text.

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