At technician level, brief references to signal conditioning crop up in a fragmented way in various textbooks, but there has been no single textbook, until now!
More advanced texts do exist but they are more mathematical and presuppose a higher level of understanding of electronics and statistics. Electronic Signal Conditioning is designed for HNC/D students and City & Guilds Electronics Servicing 2240 Parts 2 & 3. It will also be useful for BTEC National, Advanced GNVQ, A-level electronics and introductory courses at degree level.
Introduction to signal conditioning; Review of operational amplifiers; Basic scaling circuits; Non-linear circuits; Integrators and differentiators; Switching and positive feedback circuits; Analogue processing applications; Noise; Modulation and de-modulation; Analogue signal filters; ADC and DAC techniques; Review of digital conditioning techniques; Index.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1994
- 6th June 1994
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