When designing electronic circuits, creating a product that meets the needs of the consumer and conforms to the requirements of production are essential parts of the electronic engineer's range of skills. Undergraduate students must acquire these skills through project work, and they require a textbook that provides the basic approaches and techniques needed for these design projects.
Electronic Product Design supplies a complete practical treatment of this core subject by integrating several aspects of product development that are usually found in separate texts. It examines design goals, approaches for system design, costs of product development, designing for reliability, and quality analysis. The authors convey the principles by using examples of common electronic products, providing summaries of key concepts, and concluding with review problems.
Covering the topic from the perspective of the electronic designer, the text clearly explains how electronic functionality is implemented in a broad range of products. It is a valuable resource for undergraduate students involved in electronic engineering and product development.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.77(w) x 9.53(h) x 0.55(d)|