Understand Electronic Filters

Author(s) Owen Bishop
Publisher Newnes
Date 1996
Pages 180
Format djvu
Size 3 Mb







This book has been written by one of the most respected and recognized industry professionals and covers a field of electronics which is currently presenting a number of serious difficulties to the students of electronics. As declared by the author, the ultimate goal of this book is to provide all readers with mathematics to make them understand what exactly electronic filters are and how they work; this would definitely help people understand how to effectively use them.

Knowledge of math at GCSE-level is assumed; the students are also supposed to possess some minimum level of electrical theory. Throughout the publication, the text is backed up by description of various electrical filters, their practical working. There are several control questions at the end of each chapter to check your progress; note that the answers to all those questions are provided at the end of the book.

According to the reviews, the book is very easy to read and covers nearly every aspect of electronic filters from the very simple electronic concepts up to the active and digital filters. The title is pretty self-explanatory and we would recommend this volume to any technicians dealing with such filters and to any non-professional willing to get some technical knowledge of them.

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