In a sense this book is the reverse of electronics drafting textbooks and standards. It tells you how to interpret what you see, not how to draw a circuit. It's the first text to help the engineer, technician, or hobbyist to interpret logic diagrams as well as other electronics diagrams. It includes nonstandard symbols and drawing practices because such exist in the real world.
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Edward A. Lacy is a retired technical writer and editor. His publications include Handbook of Electronic Safety Procedures (Prentice Hall), Fiber Optics (Prentice Hall), and Protecting Electronic Equipment from Electrostatic Discharge (TAB). His articles have been published in CQ, Popular Mechanics, Popular Electronics, Radio Electronics, and Electronics World.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1989. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131609203
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