This one-of-a-kind handbook is more than a collection of over 600 of the latest commonly used integrated and discrete-component circuits; it's also a practical, step-by-step troubleshooting guide. No other circuits compendium offers that built-in feature. An excellent one-stop reference for anyone involved with electronic circuits-technician, hobbyist, or engineer-the specific circuits they need, thanks to clear, well illustrated descriptions that are conveniently grouped according to circuit function. They'll also get a full understanding of how the circuits operate and fit into electronic equipment and systems.
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Save time and money with this combined circuit handbook and troubleshooting guide If you work with electronic devices, you can't afford to be without this one-of-a-kind handbook. It offers you a collection of over 700 of the latest, most commonly used integrated and discrete-component circuits-plus a step-by-step troubleshooting guide. Included is expert, hands-on information covering ultrasonic, direct-current. IF, AF, RF, and video circuits-power-supply circuits-regulators-oscillator and generator circuits-digital circuits-switching and electronic-control circuits-unijunction and programmable unjunction circuits-optoelectronic circuits-OP-AMP circuits-OTA and Norton circuits-and special purpose circuits (voltage/frequency convertrs, temperature sensors and controllers, RS232 ports, etc.). This handy sourcebook groups all circuits by function. Within each functional group, you'll find a practical guide to testing and troubleshooting that type of circuit. Actual circuits using proven component values are given in full detail. You can put these circuits to work "as is" or change circuit values to suit your requirements. The sources and mailing addresses are given for each circuit, as an aid to those readers who want further information. Substituion and cross-reference tables are included to help in locating possible substitute ICs. Typical IC-package pin connections (including surface mount and leadless chip carrier) are also included. Whether you're an engineer, technician, or hobbyist, this one-stop reference will enable you to recognize hundreds of circuits used in all phases of electronics-and to understand how the circuits work and fit into electronic equipment and systems. The differences in U.S. and non-U.S. circuit abbreviations and reference symbols are fully explained.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110070380767