Most engineers rely on a small core of books that are specifically targeted to their job responsibilities. These dog-eared volumes are used daily and considered essential. But budgets and space commonly limit just how many books can be added to your core library.
The Newnes Embedded Sensors Ebook Collection solves this problem. It contains five of our best-selling titles, providing the "next level" of reference you will need for a fraction of the price of the hard-copy books purchased separately.
The CD contains the complete PDF versions of the following Newnes titles:
Microcontroller-Based Temperature Monitoring and Control (Ibrahim) 9780750655569
Intelligent Sensor Design (Huddleston) 9780750677554
Sensor Technology Handbook (Wilson) 9780750677295
Hall Effect Sensors (Ramsden) 9780750679343
Sensors and Transducers (Sinclair) 9780750649322
* 800 to 1,000 pages of reference material on one CD
* Includes five titles in full-function Adobe PDF format
* Incredible value at a fraction of the cost of bound books
Embedded systems engineers and programmers working on sensor design and interface in a number of markets, including automotive, aerospace, industrial controls, construction; electrical and software engineering students, electronics technicians working in embedded systems, inhouse training departments of electronics manufacturers
Table of Contents
Ibrahim: Microcontroller-Based Temperature Monitoring and Control
Huddleston: Intelligent Sensor Design
Wilson: Sensor Technology Handbook
Ramsden: Hall Effect Sensors
Sinclair: Sensors and Transducers
Prof Dogan Ibrahim graduated from the University of Salford with First Class Honours in Electronic Engineering. He then completed an MSc course in Automatic Control Engineering at the University of Manchester, and PhD in Digital Signal Processing at the City University in London. Prof Ibrahim worked at several companies before returning to the academic life. He is currently a lecturer at the Department of Computer Information Systems at the Near East University. Prof Ibrahim is a Fellow of the IET, and a Chartered Electrical Engineer. His interests are in the fields of microcontroller based automatic control, digital signal processing, and computer aided design.
Ed Ramsden is an electrical engineer who has been working with Hall effect sensors since 1988. His experience ranges from designing Hall effect integrated circuits to developing novel magnetic processing techniques. He has written over a dozen technical articles on sensor-related topics, and he holds four U.S patents in the area of magnetic sensor technology.
Ian Sinclair was born in 1932 in Tayport, Fife, and graduated from the University of St. Andrews in 1956. In that year, he joined the English Electric Valve Co. in Chelmsford, Essex, to work on the design of specialised cathode-ray tubes, and later on small transmitting valves and TV transmitting tubes. In 1966, he became an assistant lecturer at Hornchurch Technical College, and in 1967 joined the staff of Braintree College of F.E. as a lecturer. His first book, “Understanding Electronic Components” was published in 1972, and he has been writing ever since, particularly for the novice in Electronics or Computing. The interest in computing arose after seeing a Tandy TRS80 in San Francisco in 1977, and of his 204 published books, about half have been on computing topics, starting with a guide to Microsoft Basic on the TRS80 in 1979. He left teaching in 1984 to concentrate entirely on writing, and has also gained experience in computer typesetting, particularly for mathematical texts. He has recently visited Seattle to see Microsoft at work, and to remind them that he has been using Microsoft products longer than most Microsoft employees can remember. Ian Sinclair is the author of the following Made Simple books: Lotus 1-2-3- (2.4 DOS version) MS-DOS (up to version 6.22) PagePlus for Windows 3.1 Hard drives He is also the author of many other books published under our Newnes imprint.Visit Ian's website at http://website.lineone.net/~ian_sinclair