Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays

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Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays
Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays

by: John G. Webster

Topics include: plasma pixels, electronic energy meters, reproducing voltage, translational pen recorders, pixel discharges, manual bolometer, amplifier noise model, core loop antenna, plasma flat panel displays, noise input voltage, phasor power, wattmeters based, signal winding, maximum sampling speed, quadrature network, noise output voltage, field sequential color, effect gaussmeter, pointer displacement, medium magnetization, microwave power measurements, secondary waveguide, analog scope, array recorders, wire telemetry

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Chapters logically organized by measurement problem and contributed by an international panel of experts

Information presented on three levels: basic exposition for newcomers to the field; a detailed discussion and mathematical treatment; and advanced applications, evaluations, and directions for future study

A full set of references in each chapter

The CRC Principles and Applications in Engineering series is a library of convenient, economical references sharply focused on particular engineering topics and subspecialties. Each volume in the series comprises chapters carefully selected from CRC's bestselling handbooks, logically organized for optimum convenience, and thoughtfully priced to fit every budget.

Electrical Measurement, Signal Processing, and Displays describes the use of instruments and techniques for practical measurement of electromagnetic variables, signal processing equipment and parameters, and various types of displays, from cathode ray tubes to LED devices. For this volume, chapters relevant to these topics were culled from the bestselling Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors Handbook and revised by their original authors to bring them thoroughly up to date.

This is a concise, well-illustrated, and highly practical reference. It sets forth the principles, formulas, and equations engineers and scientists need for solving the instrumentation and measurement questions they encounter in practice, particularly when problems arise in areas outside their own specialties.

Table of Contents


Voltage Measurement

Current Measurement

Power Measurement

Power Factor Measurement

Phase Measurement

Energy Measurement

Electrical Conductivity and Resistivity

Charge Measurement

Capacitance and Capacitance Measurements

Permittivity Measurement

Electric Field Strength

Magnetic Field Measurement

Permeability and Hysteresis Measurement

Inductance Measurement

Immittance Measurement

Q Factor Measurement

Distortion Measurement

Noise Measurement.

Microwave Measurement


Amplifiers and Signal Conditioners



Spectrum Analysis and Correlation

Applied Intelligence Processing

Analog-to-Digital Converters



Sensor Networks and Communication

Electromagnetic Compatibility


Human Factors in Displays

Cathode Ray Tube Displays

Liquid Crystal Displays

Plasma-Driven Flat Panel Displays

Electroluminescent Displays

Light-Emitting Diode Displays

Reading/Recording Devices


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