Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Vol. 3

Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Vol. 3

by Rudolf F. Graf, William Sheets


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Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Vol. 3 by Rudolf F. Graf, William Sheets


The Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits is back! Not a revision of the past two volumes, this third edition in the bestselling series offers you hundreds of schematics for the latest electronics circuits from the leaders in the industry, such as Motorola, Teledyne, Texas Instruments, and many others.

Easy to use, this giant collection of original circuits is tightly organized and includes a meticulous index and cross-reference. You'll find more than 100 separate chapters, including complete descriptions of:

* The latest available alarm and security circuits
* Smoke, moisture, and metal detectors
* Capacitance, current, voltage, and frequency meters
* Computer, fiberoptic, and laser circuits
* Amplifiers, receivers, and transmitters
* And much more!

Locating a wide variety of circuits is virtually effortless in this incredibly convenient, yet comprehensive sourcebook, the perfect reference guide for all levels of electronics practitioners.

Praise for the previous volumes:
"Highly recommended for any library that serves people interested in electronics, from the hobbyist to the professional."American Reference Books Annual

"A good quick-reference guide for professionals who need fast answers to specific design problems."The Industrial and Process Control Magazine

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780830673483
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date: 10/01/1990
Pages: 849
Product dimensions: 7.70(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.84(d)

About 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.

Table of Contents

1. Active Antennas
2. Alarm and Security Circuits
3. Amplifiers
4. Analog-to-Digital Converters
5. Annunciator
6. Attenuators
7. Audio Amplifiers
8. Automotive Circuits
9. Battery Chargers
10. Battery Monitors
11. Bridge Circuits
12. Burst Generators
13. Capacitance Meters
14. Carrier-Current Circuits
15. Clock Circuits
16. Comparators
17. Compressor/Expander Circuits
18. Computer Circuits
19. Converters
20. Counters
21. Crystal Oscillators
22. Decoders
23. Delay Circuits
24. Demodulator
25. Detectors
26. Digital-to-Analog Converters
27. Display Circuits
28. Drive Circuits
29. Fiber Optic Circuits
30. Field-Strength Meters
31. Filter Circuits
32. Flashers and Blinkers
33. Flow Detector
34. Fluid and Moisture Detectors
36. Frequency Multipliers and Dividers
37. Frequency-to-Voltage Converter
38. Function Generators
39. Games
40. Gas and Smoke Detectors
41. Hall-Effect Circuits
42. High-Frequency Amplifiers
43. Humidity Sensor
44. Indicators
45. Infrared Circuits
46. Instrumentation Amplifiers
47. Integrator Circuits
48. Intercom Circuits
49. Inverters
50. Lamp-Control Circuits
51. Laser Circuits
52. Light-Controlled Circuits
53. Limiters
54. LVDT Circuit
55. Mathematical Circuits
56. Measuring and Test Circuits
57. Medical Electronics Circuits
58. Metronome
59. Miscellaneous Treasures
60. Mixers
61. Modulators
62. Motor-Control Circuits
63. Multiplexers
64. Noise Reduction Circuits
65. Notch Filters
66. Operational Amplifiers
67. Optically Coupled Circuits
69. Oscilloscope Circuits
70. Phase Detectors
71. Photography-Related Circuits
72. Power Amplifiers
73. Fixed Power Supplies
74. High-Voltage Power Supplies
75. Variable Power Supplies
76. Power Supply Monitors
77. Probes
78. Programmable Amplifiers
79. Protection Circuits
80. Proximity Sensors
81. Pulse Generators
82. Ramp Generators
83. Receivers
84. Rectifier Circuits
85. Resistance/Continuity Meters
86. RF Amplifiers
87. Sample-and-Hold Circuits
88. Signal Injectors
89. Sine-Wave Oscillators
90. Sirens, Warblers, and Wailers
91. Solid-State Relay Circuits
92. Solenoid Drivers
93. Sound Effects Circuits
94. Sound-Operated Circuits
95. Splitters
96. Square-Wave Generators
97. Staircase Generators
98. Strobe Circuit
99. Switching Circuits
100. Tachometer Circuits
101. Tape-Recorder Circuits
102. Telephone-Related Circuits
103. Temperature Controls
104. Temperature Sensors
105. Temperature-to-Time Converters
106. Tesla Coils
107. Thermometer Circuits
108. Tilt Meter
109. Time Delay Circuits
110. Timers
111. Tone Control Circuits
112. Touch-Switch Circuits
113. Tracking Circuits
114. Transducer Amplifiers
115. Transmitters
116. Tremolo Circuits
117. Ultrasonics
118. Video Amplifiers
119. Video Circuits
120. Voice Circuits
121. Voltage-Controlled Oscillators
122. Voltage Converters
123. Voltage-to-Frequency Converters
124. Voltage Meters/Monitors/Indicators
125. Voltage References
126, Window Detectors/Comparators/Discriminators

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