Interconnecting Electronic Systems presents the fundamental information required for interconnecting audio, video, data, and radio frequency systems. This useful handbook examines the tasks and functions for which system engineers generally find themselves responsible, and it discusses the steps required to complete complex projects. Project organization and management, the requirements of technical documentation, details on equipment rack enclosures, guidelines to follow on wiring practices, and proper procedures for grounding electronic equipment are among the topics covered. This book takes a unified approach in examining all elements involved in interconnecting electronic systems. As a result, this book is recommended for all electrical engineers and electronics engineers involved with power components, circuits, and systems.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|