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  • Author:
    Rudolf Graf,William Sheets
  • ISBN:
    0830673482
  • ISBN13:
    978-0830673483
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    McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; 1 edition (October 1, 1990)
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    849 pages
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Start by marking Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Vol. 3 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This giant sourcebook offers you 700 more, electronic and integrated circuit ideas. Easy to use and incredibly complete, it is the perfect sourcebook for all levels of electronics practitioners. Here you'll find 768 information-packed pages covering over 100 circuit categories, all alphabetically arranged.

Volume 3 of The Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits adds about . 00 new circuits to the ready-to-use files that were established by the publication of volumes 1 and 2 of this set of circuits encyclopedias.

There are 126 chapters covering all sorts of analog and digital circuits. Volume 3 was first published in 1991, so this isn't state of the art stuff, but if you enjoy tinkering with circuits, there is a lot of fun stuff in this book. I think at this point there are roughly seven volumes at this point.

The Encyclopedia of Electronics Circuits, Volume 1 has changed all that. Professional design and development engineers will find the book as a wellspring of good ideas and information. Volume 1 of this outstanding pair includes more than 1,300 individual circuits, divided into nearly 100 categories. Tinkerers and hobbyists will use the book to find fun-to-build and useful circuits for their projects. Everyone will consider it to be an indispensable part of a good electronics library.

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William Sheets is a self-employed circuit design engineer. He has more than 25 years of experience in RF, analog, and digital electronics. He has written numerous articles in electronics publications and co-authored five books with Graf. His interests include amateur radio (K2MQJ), photography, and travel. He has designed and built numerous items, including a satellite TV system, many transmitters and receivers, and a computer. He has an MEE degree from NYU, is married, and lives in up-state New York. Series: Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits (Book 3).

Rudolf F. This book is beautifully full of circuits upon circuits. The book is nicely divided into circuit categories for easier circuit location (example, automotive circuits, amplifier circuits, test circuits, alarm circuits, et. Vol. 6. Publication Date. I have (and I just got the book) already found a circuit I needed to test frequency crystals! You see, I have removed from old discarded circuits these crystals but had no way of knowing if they were any good. Now I can test them and see if they are worth keeping or not.

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An extensive library of 1,000 circuits from the bestselling, six-volume Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits. Graf has 45 years of engineering, sales, and marketing experience in the electronics field. Praise for previous volumes: "Looking for a good electronic circuit cookbook? This is i. -Modern Times. He has written more than 30 books (about three million copies printed)and well over 100 articles. He is a senior member of the IEEE, a licensed amateur radio operator (KA2CWL), and has a BSEE degree from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn and an MBA from NYU. He is self-employed. William Sheets is a self-employed circuit design engineer. Are you sure you want to remove Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Vol. 3 from your list?

Rudolf F. Encyclopedia of Electronic Circuits, Vol. 3. Close. by Rudolf F. Published October 1, 1990 by McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics.

Diagrams and describes the basic circuits used in alarms, switches, voltmeters, battery chargers, modulators, receivers, transmitters, oscillators, amplifiers, converters, pulse generators, and field strength meters

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If you read ALL the reviews of ALL seven volumes of Graf's general encyclopedia series, PLUS Graf's 5 "specialty" circuit books (Oscillators, Amplifiers, Detectors, Measuring and Converters), you'll get a noticeable trend: these books are either for very new hobbyists or designers OR very experienced engineers!

Both are actually right, as the series depends on your goals. Since a lot of the info is outdated, it also means a lot is public domain, and you can find some real "gem ideas" that have been forgotten, and with modern component updates, can become the material for a new patent, or components thereof. Circle M's are usually abandoned within 9 years, and didn't even exist back then.

In that vein of advanced scanning, another advanced requirement is the ability to calculate missing values and spot mistakes. Eg. Graf gives a digital power monitor circuit with a missing reset switch and only one (R2) of two resistor values. You can use VSense=r1 + 10K/10K * 2.3, for example, to solve for r1, and use vsense over your VTP, with test values, to get your max voltage.

So, for the newbies, hobbyists and new inventors. Hey, with the right attitude, figuring out the mistakes (without blowing yourself up or burning your garage down) can be a challenge! If you compare circuits with online resources and the awesome McGraw Hill circuit (troubleshooting) series (volume 4 is awesome but very rare and expensive-- had to buy if from India: McGraw-Hill Circuit Encyclopedia and Troubleshooting Guide, Volume 4), you can become the Sherlock Holmes of the design world with this series! Think of it as a puzzle and you won't get as ticked off as some of this series' reviewers seem to!

I test circuits, especially for law firms and inventors, at payroy dot com, for reference, so my perspective and bias is new as well as experienced inventors. If you're an inventor and combine these series with, for example, Practical Electronics for Inventors, Third Edition, you'll have a wonderful and huge set of resources to compare TO the modern web or even smartphone app circuit resources. They say a chess grandmaster has 50,000 positions memorized, I'm guessing that the best inventors eventually have thousands of circuits in mind too! Learning to judge the bad from the good is what the other reviewers who trash this series know how to do-- but studying both good and bad is a GREAT way to learn the difference, as well as spot undiscovered or forgotten gems. Old isn't always bad!!!

Library Picks reviews only for the benefit of Amazon shoppers and has nothing to do with Amazon, the authors, manufacturers or publishers of the items we review. We always buy the items we review for the sake of objectivity, and although we search for gems, are not shy about trashing an item if it's a waste of time or money for Amazon shoppers. If the reviewer identifies herself, her job or her field, it is only as a point of reference to help you gauge the background and any biases.
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If you read ALL the reviews of ALL seven volumes of Graf's general encyclopedia series, PLUS Graf's 5 "specialty" circuit books (Oscillators, Amplifiers, Detectors, Measuring and Converters), you'll get a noticeable trend: these books are either for very new hobbyists or designers OR very experienced engineers!

Both are actually right, as the series depends on your goals. Since a lot of the info is outdated, it also means a lot is public domain, and you can find some real "gem ideas" that have been forgotten, and with modern component updates, can become the material for a new patent, or components thereof. Circle M's are usually abandoned within 9 years, and didn't even exist back then.

In that vein of advanced scanning, another advanced requirement is the ability to calculate missing values and spot mistakes. Eg. Graf gives a digital power monitor circuit with a missing reset switch and only one (R2) of two resistor values. You can use VSense=r1 + 10K/10K * 2.3, for example, to solve for r1, and use vsense over your VTP, with test values, to get your max voltage.

So, for the newbies, hobbyists and new inventors. Hey, with the right attitude, figuring out the mistakes (without blowing yourself up or burning your garage down) can be a challenge! If you compare circuits with online resources and the awesome McGraw Hill circuit (troubleshooting) series (volume 4 is awesome but very rare and expensive-- had to buy if from India: McGraw-Hill Circuit Encyclopedia and Troubleshooting Guide, Volume 4), you can become the Sherlock Holmes of the design world with this series! Think of it as a puzzle and you won't get as ticked off as some of this series' reviewers seem to!

I test circuits, especially for law firms and inventors, at payroy dot com, for reference, so my perspective and bias is new as well as experienced inventors. If you're an inventor and combine these series with, for example, Practical Electronics for Inventors, Third Edition, you'll have a wonderful and huge set of resources to compare TO the modern web or even smartphone app circuit resources. They say a chess grandmaster has 50,000 positions memorized, I'm guessing that the best inventors eventually have thousands of circuits in mind too! Learning to judge the bad from the good is what the other reviewers who trash this series know how to do-- but studying both good and bad is a GREAT way to learn the difference, as well as spot undiscovered or forgotten gems. Old isn't always bad!!!

Library Picks reviews only for the benefit of Amazon shoppers and has nothing to do with Amazon, the authors, manufacturers or publishers of the items we review. We always buy the items we review for the sake of objectivity, and although we search for gems, are not shy about trashing an item if it's a waste of time or money for Amazon shoppers. If the reviewer identifies herself, her job or her field, it is only as a point of reference to help you gauge the background and any biases.