Two books in one--and an unmatched resource for electronic circuit designers, technicians, students, and hobbyists worldwide. Not a revision but the latest in the series, this compendium combines the traditional circuit ''cookbook'' with state-of-the-art troubleshooting techniques. Thus it's the only reference that allows readers to build, test, and customize a wealth of useful circuit types. All 600+ pre-designed circuits are new (they do not appear in earlier volumes), and are conveniently grouped by function. While other circuit books present only basic schematics, Lenk's encyclopedias also explain how to put each circuit to work. Moreover, they provide debugging and troubleshooting routines to use when things don't go as planned, making it easy to integrate circuits into existing systems.Designed to allow readers to build and properly test a wealth of useful circuit types. This reference guide explains how to put the circuit to work and offers debugging routines to use when things do not go as planned.
|Title||:||McGraw-Hill Circuit Encyclopedia and Troubleshooting Guide|
|Author||:||John D. Lenk|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 1997-09-01|