Newly revised and expanded Marks! TRY TO STUMP IT! Get your hands on the NEW MARKS and you'll solve any mechanical engineering problem quickly and easily--guaranteed! 2, 080 pages of mechanical engineering facts, figures, standards and practices; 3, 000 illustrations and 900 tables clarify every important mathematical and engineering principle; collective knowledge of 168 experts helps you answer any analytical, design and application question you'll ever have; Most up-to-date engineering data available in a single source on networks, software, bar coding, electronic distance measurement, LSI and FLSI chips, optical design and more!Television Receivers A block diagram for a television receiver is given in Fig. 15.2.43. It is in reality a ... The sound channel is then conventional, a discriminator being used to demodulate the FM wave (Fig. 1 5.2.2 1 ). ... Color- television transmission is similar to black-and-white television, and the two signals must be compatible with each other. ... Each long-distance phone call requires that several circuits be joined together, and thousands of pkAl calls take place simultaneously.
|Title||:||Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers|
|Author||:||Eugene A. Avallone, Theodore Baumeister|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Professional - 1996-06-01|