Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword or section
Like this
14Activity

Table Of Contents

1.1 System functions
SUMMARY
EXERCISES
2.1 Periodic signals
2.1.1A classification of signals
2.1.2Signal values
2.1.3Signal spectra
2.2 Aperiodic signals
2.2.1Complex Fourier series
2.2.2The Fourier integral and the Fourier transform
2.2.3A description of sampled signals
2.2.4A description of stochastic signals
3.1 Electric networks
3.2 Generalized network elements
4.1 Complex variables
4.1.1The properties of complex variables
4.2.3 Transfer functions and impedances in the p-domain
4.2.4The relation to the Fourier integral
5.1 System models
5.1.1Two-terminal networks
5.1.2Two-port networks
5.2.1Additive errors
5.2.2Noise
6.1 Bode plots
6.1.1First order systems
6.1.2Higher order systems
6.2.1First order functions
6.2.2Higher order functions
7.1 Passive circuit components
7.1.1 Resistors
7.1.2Capacitors
7.1.3Inductors and transformers
7.2 Sensor components
7.2.1Resistive sensors
7.2.2 Inductive sensors
7.2.3Capacitive sensors
7.2.4Thermoelectric sensors
7.2.5 Piezoelectric sensors
8.1 First and second order RC-filters
8.1.1Low-pass first-order RC-filter
8.1.2Highpass first-order RC-filter
8.1.3Bandpass filters
8.1.4Notch filters
8.2 Filters of higher order
8.2.1Cascading first-order RC-filters
8.2.2Approximations of the ideal characteristics
9.1 The properties of pn-diodes
9.1.1The operation of pn-diodes
9.1.2Photodiodes
9.1.3Light-emitting diodes (LEDs)
9.2 Circuits with pn-diodes
9.2.1Limiters
9.2.2Peak detectors
9.2.3Clamp circuits
9.2.4DC voltages sources
10.1The properties of bipolar transistors
10.1.1 Construction and characteristics
10.1.2Signal amplification
10.2Circuits with bipolar transistors
10.2.1Voltage-to-current converter
10.2.2The voltage amplifier stage with base-current bias
10.2.3The voltage amplifier stage with a base-voltage bias
10.2.4The emitter follower
10.2.5The differential amplifier stage
11.1The properties of field-effect transistors
11.1.1Junction field-effect transistors
11.1.2MOS field-effect transistors
11.2 Circuits with field-effect transistors
11.2.1 Voltage-to-current converter
11.2.2 The voltage amplifier stage
11.2.3The source follower
12.1Amplifier circuits with ideal operational amplifiers
12.1.1Current-to-voltage converters
12.1.2Inverting voltage amplifiers
12.1.3Non-inverting voltage amplifiers
12.1.4Differential amplifiers
12.1.5Instrumentation amplifiers
12.2Non-ideal operational amplifiers
12.2.1The specifications of operational amplifiers
12.2.2Input offset voltage
12.2.3Finite voltage gain
13.1Circuits for time domain operations
13.1.1The integrator
13.1.2Differentiator
13.1.3Circuits with PD, PI and PID characteristics
13.2Circuits with high frequency selectivity
13.2.1Resonance filters
13.2.2Active Butterworth filters
14.1Nonlinear transfer functions
14.1.1Voltage comparators
14.1.2Schmitt-trigger
14.1.3Voltage limiters
14.1.4Rectifiers
14.2Nonlinear arithmetic operations
14.2.1Logarithmic converters
14.2.2Exponential converters
14.2.3Multipliers
14.2.4Other arithmetic operations
15.1Electronic switches
15.1.1The properties of electronic switches
15.1.2Components as electronic switches
15.2Circuits with electronic switches
15.2.1Time multiplexers
15.2.2Sample-hold circuits
15.2.3Transient errors
16.1Sine wave oscillators
16.1.1Harmonic oscillators
16.2.2The ramp generator
16.2.3Square wave and pulse generators
16.2.4Voltage-controlled oscillators
17.1Amplitude modulation and demodulation
17.1.1Theoretical background
17.1.2Amplitude modulation methods
17.2.3Chopper amplifiers
18.1Parallel converters
18.1.1Binary signals and codes
18.1.2Parallel DA-converters
18.1.3Parallel AD-converters
18.2Special converters
18.2.1The serial DA-converter
18.2.2The direct AD converter
18.2.3Integrating AD-converters
19.1Digital components
19.1.1Boolean algebra
19.1.2Digital components for combinatory operations
19.1.3Digital components for sequential operations
19.1.4The SR flip-flop
19.1.5JK flip-flops
19.2Logic circuits
19.2.1Digital multiplexer
19.2.2The digital adder
19.2.3 Digital counters
19.2.4Shift registers
19.2.5An application example
20.1Stand-alone measurement instruments
20.1.1Multimeters
20.1.2Oscilloscopes
20.1.3 Signal generators
20.1.4Counters, frequency meters and time meters
20.1.5Spectrum analyzers
20.1.6Network analyzers
20.1.7Impedance analyzers
20.2Computer-based measurement instruments
20.2.1Bus structures
20.2.2An example of a computer-based measurement system
20.2.3Virtual instruments
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Electronic Instrumentation VSSD 2nd Ed.- Malestrom

Electronic Instrumentation VSSD 2nd Ed.- Malestrom

Ratings: (0)|Views: 5,338|Likes:
Published by bakrilasir

More info:

Published by: bakrilasir on Jun 11, 2011
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

08/15/2013

pdf

text

original

You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 9 to 64 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 73 to 79 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 88 to 270 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 279 to 290 are not shown in this preview.
You're Reading a Free Preview
Pages 299 to 413 are not shown in this preview.

Activity (14)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 hundred reads
1 thousand reads
Ashwin Bhat liked this
Joseph Andy liked this
dkishore liked this
Gunjan Mahindre liked this
Joseph Andy liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->