Electrical Engineering

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The six volumes contain approximately 6000 circuits, which are arranged by circuit type.

"Contains circuit schematics used in:

  • Alarm and security systems
  • Computers
  • Fiberoptics
  • Lasers
  • Oscilloscopes
  • Temperature sensors
  • Amplifiers
  • Converters
  • Generators
  • Detectors
  • Receivers
  • Transmitters
... and many more electronic devices."

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Science TK7867 .G66 1985

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"RF and Microwave Engineering is one of the fastest growth areas of the past decade and will probably continue to be a very active area of research and application in a large variety of fields. The six volume set of Encyclopedia of RF and Microwave Engineering illustrates how this field has been the key to enabling technology responsible for the phenomenal growth of wireless communications. This set also examines how RF and microwave engineering continues to have great influence as the technology behind such important applications as radar, remote sensing, remote control, sensors, navigation, surveillance, electronic warfare, radiometers, plasma research, and imaging." from publisher's web site

In Library: Science Reference TK5103.2 .W535 2005

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"The Encyclopedia of Vibration is the first resource to cover this field so comprehensively. Approximately 190 articles cover everything from basic vibration theory to ultrasonics, from both fundamental and applied standpoints. Areas covered include vibrations in machines, buildings and other structures, vehicles, ships, and aircraft, as well as human response to vibration. Each article provides a concise and authoritative introduction to a topic. The Encyclopedia includes essential facts, background information, and techniques for modeling, analysis, design, testing, and control of vibration. It is highlighted with numerous illustrations and is structured to provide easy access to required information." from publisher's web site

In Library: Science Reference TA355 .E539 2002

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"The Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a unique, comprehensive reference work that defines the entire discipline, bringing together the core knowledge from every one of the many specialties encompassed by electrical and electronics engineering. It is the ideal starting point for research projects, whether addressing basic questions in power systems and communications, or learning advanced applications in neural networks and robotics." from publisher's web site

Science Reference TK9 .E53 1999

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