Encyclopedia of Electronics Circuits, Volume 5

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Overview

Praise for previous volumes:

"Looking for a good electronic circuit cookbook? This is it." -- Monitoring Times

"...extremely popular with engineering students, electronic hobbyists, and others...this is truly an invaluable storehouse." -- American Reference Books Annual

Designed for quick reference and on-the-job use, the Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Volume 5 puts more than 1,000 state-of-the-art electronic and integrated circuit designs at your fingertips. Organized alphabetically into 135 categories, this all-new collection of circuits includes the latest designs from industry leaders such as National Semiconductor, RCA, Texas Instruments, Motorola, Teledyne, and others.

Inside, you'll find diagrams and schematics for circuits used in:

* Alarm and security systems

* Audio amplifiers

* Computers

* Frequency meters

* Gas and smoke detectors

* Oscilloscopes

* Receivers

* Waveform generators

* Temperature sensors

* Video amplifiers

...and many other applications. For each circuit, you'll find a brief explanation of its operation and other information regarding adjustments or alignment. An invaluable reference tool, this book also includes a cumulative index that covers all of the circuits included here and in each of the previous four volumes.

This fourth volume in a series that has sold more than 175,000 copies, includes schematics and descriptions for the latest circuitry used in computers, controls, instrumentation, telecommunications, sensors, and numerous other electronics applications. An ideal companion to previous volumes, this monumental work features more than 1,000 all-new circuits in 100 alphabetically-arranged categories. Clear, comprehensive, and meticulously organized, this is by far the best source of modern circuit designs for hobbyists and professionals.

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Editorial Reviews

Booknews
Volume two, a companion to volume one published in 1985, contains 728 not-previously covered circuits. The index in volume two refers to items mentioned in both publications. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780070110779
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/1/1994
  • Series: Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits Series
  • Pages: 753
  • Product dimensions: 7.42 (w) x 9.28 (h) x 1.49 (d)

Meet the Author

Rudolf F. Graf has 45 years of engineering, sales, and marketing experience in the electronics field. He has written more than 30 books (about three million copies printed)and well over 100 articles. He is a senior member of the IEEE, a licensed amateur radio operator (KA2CWL), and has a BSEE degree from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and an MBA from NYU. He is self-employed.

William Sheets is a self-employed circuit design engineer. He has more than 25 years of experience in RF, analog, and digital electronics. He has written numerous articles in electronics publications and co-authored five books with Graf. His interests include amateur radio (K2MQJ), photography, and travel. He has designed and built numerous items, including a satellite TV system, many transmitters and receivers, and a computer. He has an MEE degree from NYU, is married, and lives in up-state New York.

Rudolf F. Graf has 45 years of engineering, sales, and marketing experience in the electronics field. He has written more than 30 books (about three million copies printed)and well over 100 articles. He is a senior member of the IEEE, a licensed amateur radio operator (KA2CWL), and has a BSEE degree from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and an MBA from NYU. He is self-employed.

William Sheets is a self-employed circuit design engineer. He has more than 25 years of experience in RF, analog, and digital electronics. He has written numerous articles in electronics publications and co-authored five books with Graf. His interests include amateur radio (K2MQJ), photography, and travel. He has designed and built numerous items, including a satellite TV system, manytransmitters and receivers, and a computer. He has an MEE degree from NYU, is married, and lives in up-state New York.
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Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1: Alarm and Security Circuits
Chapter 2: Amplifier Circuits
Chapter 3: Analog-to-Digital Converter Circuits
Chapter 4: Antenna Circuits
Chapter 5: Audio Power Amplifier Circuits
Chapter 6: Audio Signal Amplifier Circuits
Chapter 7: Automatic Level Control Circuits
Chapter 8: Automotive Circuits
Chapter 9: Battery Charger Circuits
Chapter 10: Battery Test and Monitor Circuits
Chapter 11: Buffer Circuits
Chapter 12: Carrier-Current Circuits
Chapter 13: Clock Circuit
Chapter 14: Code Practice Circuits
Chapter 15: Color Organ Circuit
Chapter 16: Computer Circuits
Chapter 17: Control Circuits
Chapter 18: Converter Circuits
Chapter 19: Counter Circuits
Chapter 20: Crystal Oscillator and Test Circuits
Chapter 21: Current Source Circuits
Chapter 22: Current Limiter and Control Circuits
Chapter 23: Delay Circuit
Chapter 24: Detector, Demodulator, and Discrimator Circuits
Chapter 25: Digital Circuits
Chapter 26: Display Circuits
Chapter 27: Doorbell Circuits
Chapter 28: Fax Circuit
Chapter 29: Field-Strength Meter Circuits
Chapter 30: Filter Circuits
Chapter 31: Flasher Circuits
Chapter 32: Frequency Multiplier Circuit
Chapter 33: Function and Signal Generator Circuit
Chapter 34: Game Circuits
Chapter 35: Gas Detector Circuits
Chapter 36: Gate Circuit
Chapter 37: Geiger Counter Circuits
Chapter 38: Hall Effect Circuits
Chapter 39: Infrared Circuits
Chapter 40: Indicator Circuits
Chapter 41:Instrumentation Amplifier Circuits
Chapter 42: Integrator Circuit
Chapter 43: Intercom Circuits
Chapter 44: Interface Circuits
Chapter 45: Inverter Circuits
Chapter 46: Ion Generator Circuit
Chapter 47: Laser Circuits
Chapter 48: Lie Detector Circuit
Chapter 49: Light-Beam Communication Circuits
Chapter 50: Light-Control Circuits
Chapter 51: Light-Controlled Circuits
Chapter 52: Light Sources Circuit
Chapter 53: Load-Sensing Circuits
Chapter 54: Mathematical Circuits
Chapter 55: Measuring and Test Circuits
Chapter 56: Metal Detector Circuits
Chapter 57: Miscellaneous Treasures
Chapter 58: Mixer Circuits
Chapter 59: Modulator Circuits
Chapter 60: Monitor Circuits
Chapter 61: Moisture & Fluid Detector Circuits
Chapter 62: Motion Detector Circuits
Chapter 63: Motor Control Circuits
Chapter 64: Multiplexer Circuit
Chapter 65: Multivibrator Circuits
Chapter 66: Musical Circuits
Chapter 67: Noise-Generator Circuit
Chapter 68: Noise-Limiting Circuits
Chapter 69: Operational Amplifier Circuits
Chapter 70: Optical Circuits
Chapter 71: Oscillator Circuits
Chapter 72: Oscilloscope Circuits
Chapter 73: Pest Conttol Circuits
Chapter 74: Phase-Shifter Circuits
Chapter 75: Photography Related Circuits
Chapter 76: Piezo Circuits
Chapter 77: Power Supply Circuits--High Voltage
Chapter 78: Power Supply Circuits--Low Voltage
Chapter 79: Probe Circuits
Chapter 80: Protection Circuits
Chapter 81: Proximity Circuits
Chapter 82: Pulse-Generator Curcuits
Chapter 83: Receiver Circuits
Chapter 84: Relay Circuits
Chapter 85: Remote-Control Circuits
Chapter 86: RF Amplifier Circuits
Chapter 87: RF Oscillator Circuits
Chapter 88: Sample-and-Hold Circuits
Chapter 89: SCA Circuit
Chapter 90: Shutdown Circuits
Chapter 91: Sine-Wave Oscillator Circuits
Chapter 92: Sound- and Voice-Controlled Circuits
Chapter 93: Sound-Effects Circuits
Chapter 94: Square-Wave Generator Circuits
Chapter 95: Stepper Motor Circuits
Chapter 96: Stereo Circuits
Chapter 97: Switching Circuits
Chapter 98: Synch Circuits
Chapter 99: Tachometer Circuits
Chapter 100: Telephone-Related Circuits
Chapter 101: Temperature-Related Circuits
Chapter 102: Timer Circuits
Chapter 103: Tone Circuits
Chapter 104: Tone-Control Circuits
Chapter 105: Touch-Control Circuits
Chapter 106: Transmitter Circuits
Chapter 107: Ultrasonic Circuits
Chapter 108: Video Circuits
Chapter 109: Voltage-Controlled Oscillator Circuits
Chapter 110: Voltage-Converter/Inverter Circuits
Chapter 111: Voltage Multiplier Circuits
Chapter 112: Window Comparator and Discriminator Circuits
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