Sunday, June 30, 2013

Pulse, Digital And Switching Waveforms by Jacob Millman


Book Description
This book describes active and passive devices and circuit configurations used for the generation and processing of pulse, digital, and switching waveforms. These nonsinusoidal signals find extensive application in such fields as computers, control systems, counting and timing systems, data-processing systems, digital instrumentation, pulse communications, radar, telemetry, television, and in many areas of experimental research.

Table of Contents
Review of Selected Topics in Electronic Circuit Theory
Linear Wave Shaping: RC, RL, and RLC Circuits
Pulse Transformers and Delay Lines
Wideband Amplifiers (Uncompensated)
Wideband Amplifiers (Compensated)
Steady-state Switching Characteristics of Devices
Clipping and Comparator Circuits
Clamping and Switching Circuits
Logic Circuits
Bistable Multivibrators
Monostable and Astable Multivibrators
Negative-resistance Devices
Negative-resistance Switching Circuits
Voltage Time-base Generators
Current Time-base Generators
Blocking-oscillator Circuits
Sampling Gates
Counting and Timing
Synchronization and Frequency Division
Transient Switching Characteristics of Diodes and Transistors
Ringing Circuit with Nonzero Initial Conditions
Distributed-parameter Delay Lines
Lumped-parameter Delay Lines
Tube Characteristics

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