Noise and Other Interfering Signals
Wiley, 1992 - 144 strán (strany)
A major problem for electronics engineers and designers is the existence of unwanted signals (interference), commonly referred to as noise. This book provides an understanding of how to avoid and fix such problems. The book is pitched at a practical, non-technical level so that it is accessible to both professional engineers as well as technicians. It covers all the major topics in the field including acceptable noise/interference levels, classes of noise interference, how-to's in avoiding and fixing noise and interference problems in a wide range of facilities and devices.
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