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The Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits Volume 6


The Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits Volume 6
 

This book contains more than 1,000 of the most functional, widely used electronic and integrated circuits - at your fingertips! The Sixth Volume in the series of peerless, bestselling references provides you with a huge collection of circuits for virtually every type of electronic device. With these state-of-the-art circuit drawings - developed from late 1992 through early 1995 - you'll be able to design the optimum circuit with a minimum of time and effort.Arranged alphabetically by circuit type, this massive resource offers a cumulative index to all six volumes of the "Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits". It contains circuit schematics used in: alarm and security systems; computers; fiberoptics; lasers; oscilloscopes; temperature sensors; amplifiers; converters; generators; detectors; receivers; transmitters; and, and many more electronic devices. '...a ready source to which to turn for just about any type of circuit you can imagine...' - "Modern Electronics". '...for professionals who need fast answers to specific design problems..." - "The Industrial and Process Control Magazine". 'Highly recommended...truly an invaluable storehouse...' - "American Reference Books Annual".

By: Rudolf Graf, Published 1996-04-01 by McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics


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