||Electronic Filter Design Handbook/Book and Disk
by Arthur B. Williams, Fred Taylor (Contributor)
Hardcover 3rd Bk&dsk edition (October 1995)
McGraw Hill Text
Dimensions (in inches): 2.18 x 9.27 x 6.29
Still the number one resource for designers in the field, the Third Edition of this classic Handbook is extensively revised and updated to reflect the enormous recent advances in electronic filter design... while maintaining the overall emphasis on practicality that made prior editions so appealing to experts and neophytes alike. The book is now bundled with a software diskette that gives users access to five new computer added design programs.
Booknews, Inc. , February 1, 1996
The standard reference in the field of filter design, cited in Chen, Powell, and Hurt. This edition (second was 1988) is revised and updated to encompass recent advances in electronic filter design. It now features an accompanying software disk with computer- aided design and analysis programs. It also adds new chapters on switched-capacitor filters, and on the elimination of conducted and radiated interference. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
||The Circuits and Filters Handbook (Electrical Engineering Handbook)
by Wai Kai Chen (Editor)
Hardcover - 2896 pages (January 1998)
Dimensions (in inches): 3.23 x 10.34 x 7.41
A high-quality reference book covering all aspects of electrical circuits and filters and involving nearly 100 authors, this book is an objective, refereed work of approximately 100 sections, each complied by an expert on the subject. Each article has been reviewed by another expert to assure its technical accuracy.
||Converter and Filter Circuits
by Rudolf F. Graf
Paperback - 192 pages (March 1997)
Dimensions (in inches): 0.49 x 9.14 x 7.01
||CRC Handbook of Electrical Filters
by John T. Taylor (Editor), Qiuting Huang (Contributor)
Hardcover - 416 pages (February 1997)
Dimensions (in inches): 1.23 x 10.20 x 7.24
Interest in filter theory and design has been growing with the telecommunications industry since the late nineteenth century. Now that telecommunications has become so critical to industry, filter research has assumed even greater importance at companies and academic institutions around the world. The CRC Handbook of Electrical Filters fills in the gaps for engineers and scientists who need a basic introduction to the subject. Unlike the currently available textbooks, which are filled with detailed, highly technical analysis geared to the specialist, this practical guide provides useful information for the non-specialist about the various types of filters, their design, and applications.
The handbook covers approximation theory and methods and introduces CAD packages that perform approximation and synthesis for both analog and digital filters. Also included are design methods for LCR, active-RC, digital, mechanical, and switched capacitor (SC) filters. A thorough survey of current design trends rounds out this complete assessment of a key field of study.
||DC/AC Circuits : Principles and Practice
by Louis E. Frenzel
Paperback - 130 pages (April 1994)
Dimensions (in inches): 0.32 x 10.95 x 8.54
||Electric Circuit Fundamentals
by Thomas L. Floyd
Hardcover - 768 pages 4th edition (November 1997)
Prentice Hall College Div
Dimensions (in inches): 1.04 x 11.21 x 8.59
From the Back Cover
KEY BENEFIT: Provides a thorough, comprehensive, and practical coverage of basic dc and ac concepts and circuits. KEY TOPICS: Emphasizing troubleshooting and applications, the book contains a significant number of important features that facilitate an understanding of the material. The fourth edition of Electric Circuit Fundamentals now includes Electronics Workbook exercises in selected examples and certain troubleshooting and application assignment sections to provide experience in computer-aided circuit analysis and in troubleshooting. MARKET: A valuable reference book on the fundamentals of electronic circuits for any technical professional.
||Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory
by Robert Boylestad, Louis Nashelsky
Hardcover - 950 pages 6th edition (January 1996)
Dimensions (in inches): 1.67 x 11.19 x 8.79
The publisher, Prentice-Hall Career & Technology
A new edition of this highly-successful text! As it has for the past quarter-century, Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory offers students a complete and comprehensive study of the electronic devices and circuits they need to understand for success on the job. The authors take a systems approach to their subject, covering topics in a "building block" fashion that ensures students comprehend fundamental concepts such as diodes and transistors before they tackle such advanced topics as compound configurations, power supplies, and oscilloscopes. For each device examined, the text covers most configurations and applications. Included are discussions of the full range of related topics typically addressed in the course, with clear, precise explanations and plenty of examples to back them up. A color format highlights and defines important concepts, while line drawings present circuits and devices as they appear in the "real world."
Booknews, Inc. , June 1, 1996
A standard text for nearly a quarter-century (first edition, 1972), divided generally into two main components: the dc analysis and the ac or frequency response. This revised edition (5th, 1992) continues to be driven by the growing use of computer software, packaged IC units, and the expanded range of coverage necessary in the basic courses. PSpice is the software analysis package of choice, and the coverage of PSpice is sufficient to permit writing the input file for the majority of networks analyzed in the text. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
From the Back Cover
This book is aimed at the required standard core Electronic Devices course. It is targeted at higher level Electronics schools that emphasize theory and computer applications.
by Steve Winder
Paperback - 365 pages (April 1997)
Dimensions (in inches): 0.79 x 9.20 x 6.15
This is a straightforward guide for any engineer embarking on a new project or skilled in designing filters. The book is primarily about analog filter design. All the designs described in this book have been either built or simulated by the author. Much useful material that is hard to find in many other filter design books in included, such as Inverse Chebyshev filters and filter noise bandwidth. Simple design methods have been chosen from a wide variety of sources, to produce an essentially practical handbook which provides ideas and acts as a first point of reference.
The author, Steve Winder [email: email@example.com] , April 23, 1998
This book is useful for novices and experienced designers.
Most filter designs can be designed from this book by just using the graphs and tables of normalised component values, together with a few simple equations. However, additional equations are given to explain where these graphs and tables come from and to allow the reader to create their own graphs and tables (if they so wish). Equations are also given to allow the design of less common filters. The novice, or someone interested in a straightforward design can ignore these additional equations.
Whilst the majority of the book is applicable to most general signal processing applications, chapters on diplexers and phase shift circuits will be of particular interest to RF design engineers.
||Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuits
by Mark E. Hazen
Hardcover - 655 pages (January 1990)
Hbj College & School Div
Dimensions (in inches): 1.26 x 10.35 x 8.31
||Introduction to Device Modeling and Circuit Simulation
by Tor A. Fjeldly, Trond Ytterdal (Contributor), Michael Shur (Contributor)
Paperback - 409 pages (November 1997)
John Wiley & Sons
Dimensions (in inches): 1.07 x 9.57 x 6.46
The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
This book is a useful reference for practicing electrical engineers as well as a textbook for a junior/senior or graduate level course in electrical engineering. The authors combine two subjects: device modeling and circuit simulation - by providing a large number of well-prepared examples of circuit simulations immediately following the description of many device models.
||Switched Capacitor Filters : Theory, Analysis and Design
by P. V. Ananda Mohan, V. Ramachandran, M. n Swamy
Hardcover - 500 pages (June 1995)
Dimensions (in inches): 1.19 x 9.46 x 7.02
The publisher, Prentice-Hall ECS Professional
Advanced/postgraduate text on new area of switched capacitor filters, and the design of filters in silicon chip technology. First text to pull together the basic theory and more recent research findings.
||The Transmission-Line Modeling Method : TLM (IEEE/OUP Series on Electromagnetic Wave Theory)
by Christos Christopoulos
Hardcover - 220 pages (December 1995)
Oxford Univ Press
Dimensions (in inches): 0.71 x 9.34 x 6.24
Booknews, Inc. , October 1, 1995
An introduction for electrical and electronic engineers, and students and researchers in those fields, to an important simulation tool used in computational electromagnetics. Ranging from the basic principles to advanced formulations and from lumped components to complex three-dimensional systems, considers microwaves, radar cross-section, electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic heating, and other areas. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title