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Kim R Fowler
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This hands-on guide bridges theory and practice in electronic projects often found in small or medium sized companies. The book builds on heuristics used in developing anything from hand-held devices to consoles of equipment. Using a systems perspective to integrate engineering principles with real applications, this book gives specific examples, and describes the interactions, trade-offs, and priorities encountered throughout the life cycle of an electronic instrument. Electronic Instrument Design could be used as a `principles' text for senior undergraduates or serve as a reference handbook for practising engineers.

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780195083712
Title Electronic Instrument Design - Architecting for the Life Cycle
Author Kim R Fowler
Edition 1st
Publisher Oxford University press
Publication Date 1996
Country of Publication United States
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 552
Institutions UNISA
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