The Standard Handbook of Electronics Engineering has defined its field for over thirty years. Spun off in the 1960as from Finkas 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 shiftaaway 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 medicineathe eventual destination of the majority of graduating EEs these days.Electronic programming guides (EPGs), 21.102 Electronic realization of logical functions, 18.9-18.10 Electronic throttle control (ETC), 24.29 Electronic transmission control, 24.29 Electronically controlled power steering, 24.52-24.53 Electron-tube amplifiers, ... 21.71 in DVD systems, 21.97-21.99 Error-correction decoder (ECC), 21.87 Error-detecting codes, 1.25, 18.18-18.19 Errors: definition of. 3.89anbsp;...
|Title||:||Standard Handbook of Electronic Engineering, 5th Edition|
|Author||:||Donald Christiansen, Charles Alexander, Ronald Jurgen|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2005|