Radio Hobbyist's Designbook
by Hans Summers
Number of pages: 398
Radio Hobbyist's Designbook or RHdb (for short) was designed to guide you into design of electronics apparatus that relates to radio. It assumes you know something about electronics but you can skip Chapters which cover familiar subjects. Mathematics needed in design is down to simple algebra and trigonometry. Topics cover the frequency spectrum of DC through VHF.
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by Deepak Kumar Tala - ASIC World
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by John E. Whitehouse - Horwood Publishing Limited
Contents: Network Equations; Network Theorems; Networks with Inductors and Capacitors; Network Analysis using Phasors; The Laplace Transform in Network Analysis; The Fourier Series and Fourier Transform; The Frequency Response of Networks; etc.
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