Newnes Radio and Electronics Engineer's Pocket Book

Newnes Radio and Electronics Engineer's Pocket Book

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Newnes Radio and Electronics Engineera€™s Pocket Book, 17th edition covers the needs of most people interested in radio and electronics related areas, while making it easy to locate the required information. The book starts by providing a list of abbreviations and symbols. The selection then provides illustrations and some explanations on several topics such as amateur bands in the UK, basic logic symbols and truth tables, batteries and cells, BBC AM, VHF/FM, and VHF test radio stations. The book also includes some information on the Beaufort scale, block diagram symbols, bridge rectifier data, bridge rectifier encapsulations, and broadcasting bands. Cables, calculus, characteristics of world television systems, and CMOS data and input are also demonstrated. Other presented data are the decimal table, electric quantities, Fahrenheit conversion table, radio emissions, and semiconductor glossary and labeling. The text will be invaluable to electronics engineers.Questions aamp; Answers on Radio Eugene Trundle aquot;Ita#39;s amazing just how much can be got into a small book . . . can be ... and you dona#39;t have a clue about a€œsteam radioaquot; or anything that isna#39;t solid state, this little volume could be an excellent buy.

Title:Newnes Radio and Electronics Engineer's Pocket Book
Author:Keith Brindley
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22


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