The Standard Handbook of Electronics Engineering has defined its field for over thirty years. Spun off in the 1960’s from Fink’s Standard Handbook of Electrical Engineering, the Christiansen book has seen its markets grow rapidly, as electronic engineering and microelectronics became the growth engine of digital computing. The EE market has now undergone another seismic shift—away from computing and into communications and media. The Handbook will retain much of its evergreen basic material, but the key applications sections will now focus upon communications, networked media, and medicine—the eventual destination of the majority of graduating EEs these days.
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WHERE ELECTRONICS EXPERTS TURN FOR ANSWERS, INSIGHT, AND INSPIRATION
The most widely used and highly respected reference of its kind, the Standard Handbook of Electronic Engineering (formerly Electronics Engineers' Handbook) has been updated to reflect significant advances in leading-edge electronics technologies.
This new edition covers not only fundamental principles and technologies, but also the latest in hardware, circuits and functions, and applications. It is packed with new data and information on telecommunications, networking, digital signal processing, control systems, audio, video, broadcasting, and more--120 chapters in all. New chapters on instrumentation and test systems, software reliability, systems engineering and management, and automotive electronics have been added. An accompanying CD-ROM features additional reference and archival material. Organizational improvements yield a more usable, manageable resource. The Fifth Edition of the Standard Handbook of Electronic Engineering is a reference every electronics professional will want to own.
TODAY'S LEADING FIELDS IN ELECTRONICS, BY KNOWLEDGEABLE EXPERTS
Information, Communication, Noise, and Interference * Systems Engineering and Systems Management * Reliability * Computer-Assisted Digital System Design * Electronic and Fiber Optic Components * Integrated Circuits and Microprocessors * UHF and Microwave Components * Transducers and Sensors * Radiant Energy Sources and Sensors * Filters and Attenuators * Amplifiers and Oscillators * Modulators, Demodulators, and Converters * Power Electronics * Pulsed Circuits and Waveform Generators * Measurement Systems * Antennas and Wave Propagation * Telecommunications * Digital Computer Systems * Audio Systems * Video and Facsimile Systems * Broadcast and Cable Systems * Electronic Navigation and Detection Systems * Automotive Electronics * Instrumentation * Resources * CD-ROMAbout the Author:
Donald Christiansen, former staff director of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, is a publishing consultant and president of Informatica. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, an Eminent Member of Eta Kappa Nu, and Editor Emeritus of IEEE Spectrum, where for many years he held the post of Editor and Publisher. Mr. Christiansen received his electrical engineering degree from Cornell University and worked for Philco Corporation and CBS Electronics, where he was an engineering group leader. He is a registered professional engineer. His interests include the history of science and technology, engineering education, and ethics in engineering and engineering management. He is a Fellow of the Radio Club of America and a member of the Society for the History of Technology. He served as a member of the National Research Council Commission on the Education and Utilization of the Engineer, and initiated the IEEE Spectrum Precollege Math/Science Education Award program to recognize innovative projects that stimulate young people's interest in technical careers. He was elected to membership in the New York Academy of Sciences and the Royal Institution (London), and is a Fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science. He was a member of the IEEE Publications Board for several years and a member of the magazine policy committee of the American Institute of Physics. He is the editor of Engineering Excellence, published by the IEEE Press.
Charles K. Alexander is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Dean of Fenn College of Engineering at Cleveland State University. A Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, he is active in IEEE affairs and served as IEEE president in 1997. Dr. Alexander received his BSEE from Ohio Northern University, and his MSEE and Ph.D. from Ohio University. He has served as a consultant to numerous companies and governmental organizations, including the Navy and the Air Force. He is Director of the Center for Research in Electronics and Aerospace Technology at CSU. His research and development projects have ranged from solar energy to software engineering. He was named Distinguished Professor at Youngstown State University in recognition of his outstanding teaching and research, and was awarded the Distinguished Engineering Education Award and the Distinguished Engineering Education Leadership Award, both by the San Fernando Engineering Council. He is co-author of Fundamentals of Electric Circuits, published by McGraw-Hill, and has written numerous technical papers.
Ronald K. Jurgen is the editor of the Automotive Electronics Handbook, 2nd edition (McGraw-Hill, 1999) and the Digital Consumer Electronics Handbook (McGraw-Hill, 1997). Mr. Jurgen received his electrical engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He is the editor of the Society of Automotive Engineers. He is a Life Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and former Senior Editor of IEEE Spectrum.
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