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Product NameElectronics Engineers' Handbook (Standard Handbook Of Electronics Engineering)
LanguageEnglish
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AuthorDonald Christiansen, Ronald K. Jurgen, Donald G. Fink
Page Count2400
BindingHardcover
Published10/01/1996
Long DescriptionThis fourth edition has been updated to reflect changes in the field since the last edition of 1988. It features two new sections, one covering microsensors and the other detailing the many organizations pertinent to electronics engineering. There is material on digital computing, measurement and control circuits, computer-aided design, reliability, lasers and optoelectronics, video, audio and telecommunications.
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