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    Radiology for Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
    Publisher: Greenwich Medical Media | 2002-11-01 | ISBN: 1841101192 | Pages: 352 | PDF | 7 MB

    As more anaesthetists become involved in critical care and other areas of perioperative management, they need to be able to request radiological investigations, and interpret the results quickly and accurately. This concise and fully illustrated book covers the key aspects of imaging that are of relevance to anaesthetists and intensivists, and examines all imaging modalities that are likely to be called upon such as plain film, CT, MRI and NMR. The book is organised logically by body system for ease of access to information and is written by a team of radiologists, surgeons and anaesthetists, providing a multidisciplinary perspective. Trainee and practising anaesthetists, intensivists and all healthcare professionals involved in perioperative patient care.
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    Analog Circuits Cookbook, Second Edition
    Publisher: CRC Press | 1999-05-18 | ISBN: 0750642343 | Pages: 336 | PDF | 19.03 MB

    Analog Circuits Cookbook is a collection of tried and tested recipes form the masterchef of analog and RF design. Based on articles from Electronics World, this book provides a diet of high quality design techniques and applications, and proven ciruit designs, all concerned with the analog, RF and interface fields of electronics. Ian Hickman uses illustrations and examples rather than tough mathematical theory to present a wealth of ideas and tips based on his own workbench experience.
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    Design Criteria for Low Distortion in Feedback Opamp Circuits
    Publisher: Springer | 2013-05-31 | ISBN: 1475777566 | Pages: 160 | PDF | 7.84 MB

    Broadband opamps for multi-channel communication systems make strong demands on linearity performance. This book, written for Analog CMOS designers, presents a thorough analysis of the nonlinear behaviour of circuits, to obtain opamps with low distortion.
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    RF CMOS Power Amplifiers: Theory, Design and Implementation (The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science)
    Publisher: Springer | 2001-12-31 | ISBN: 0792376285 | Pages: 94 | PDF | 3.99 MB

    RF CMOS Power Amplifiers: Theory Design and Implementation focuses on the design procedure and the testing issues of CMOS RF power amplifiers. This is the first monograph addressing RF CMOS power amplifier design for emerging wireless standards. The focus on power amplifiers for short is distance wireless personal and local area networks (PAN and LAN), however the design techniques are also applicable to emerging wide area networks (WAN) infrastructure using micro or pico cell networks. The book discusses CMOS power amplifier design principles and theory and describes the architectures and tardeoffs in designing linear and nonlinear power amplifiers. It then details design examples of RF CMOS power amplifiers for short distance wireless applications (e, g., Bluetooth, WLAN) including designs for multi-standard platforms.
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    CMOS Memory Circuits
    Publisher: Springer | 2000-09-30 | ISBN: 0792379500 | Pages: 551 | PDF | 12.1 MB

    A systematic, comprehensive reference for those who intended to understand, apply, design, and develop CMOS memories. Includes information on all of the successfully used memories and those anticipated as becoming successful. DLC: Semiconductor storage devices Design and construction.
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    Cdma Mobile Radio Design (Artech House Telecommunications Library)
    Publisher: Artech House Publishers | 2000-06 | ISBN: 1580530591 | Pages: 346 | PDF | 5.26 MB

    A presentation of the complete design background of a CDMA handset, including hardware and software, digital, analogue and RF. It delivers an integral understanding of where this essential piece of communications technology fits into the CDMA "big picture" and the basic parts that make it work. Such an approach is aimed to provide engineers with a complete understanding of how handset hardware and software design affect system performance.
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    Antenna Toolkit, Second Edition
    Publisher: Newnes | 2001-10-08 | ISBN: 075064947X | Pages: 288 | PDF | 4.73 MB

    Joe Carr has provided radio amateurs and short-wave listeners with the definitive design guide for sending and receiving radio signals with Antenna Toolkit 2nd edition.Together with the powerful suite of CD software, the reader will have a complete solution for constructing or using an antenna - bar the actual hardware! The software provides a simple Windows-based aid to carrying out the design calculations at the heart of successful antenna design. All the user needs to do is select the antenna type and set the frequency - a much more fun and less error prone method than using a conventional calculator to solve formulae.The new edition has been revised to include further cases of propagation, additional antennas and also two new chapters - Small Loop Antennas (a topic of considerable interest, which has been the subject of much recent debate in the amateur radio press)
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    Practical Switching Power Supply Design (Motorola Series in Solid State Electronics)
    Publisher: Academic Press | 1990-04-11 | ISBN: 0121370305 | Pages: 240 | PDF | 10.37 MB

    Take the "black magic" out of switching power supplies with Practical Switching Power Supply Design! This is a comprehensive "hands-on" guide to the theory behind, and design of, PWM and resonant switching supplies. You'll find information on switching supply operation and selecting an appropriate topology for your application. There's extensive coverage of buck, boost, flyback, push-pull, half bridge, and full bridge regulator circuits. Special attention is given to semiconductors used in switching supplies. RFI/EMI reduction, grounding, testing, and safety standards are also detailed. Numerous design examples and equations are given and discussed. Even if your primary expertise is in logic or microprocessor engineering, you'll be able to design a power supply that's right for your application with this essential guide and reference!
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    The Electronic Packaging Handbook (Electronics Handbook Series)
    Publisher: CRC Press | 1999-11-29 | ISBN: 0849385911 | Pages: 640 | PDF | 9.66 MB

    This book is a highly recommended reference for all mechanical (and, I suppose, some electrical) engineers working on packaging. The book covers many topics with enough detail so that the engineer may have a good holistic understanding of everything from: - pcb design, layout and fabrication - component fundamentals including IC's - EMC issues - interconnect issues - reliability - testing.
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    Electrical and Electronic Principles and Technology, Second Edition
    Publisher: Newnes | 2003-05-21 | ISBN: 0750657782 | Pages: 400 | PDF | 4.46 MB

    In this book John Bird introduces electrical principles and technology through examples rather than theory - enabling students to develop a sound understanding of the principles needed by technicians in fields such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. No previous background in engineering is assumed, making this an ideal text for vocational courses and introductory courses for undergraduates.
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    Laser Electronics (3rd Edition)
    Publisher: Prentice Hall | 1995-07-29 | ISBN: 013706666X | Pages: 7.78 | DJVU | 7.80 MB

    Best seller for introductory courses in Laser Electronics and Quantum Electronics. This is a practical approach to introductory laser electronics that emphasizes real-world applications and problem-solving skills over theory, providing a clear understanding of both optical and microwave frequencies.
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    Electron Scattering From Atoms, Molecules, Nuclei and Bulk Matter (Physics of Atoms and Molecules)
    Publisher: Springer | 2005-01-10 | ISBN: 0306487012 | Pages: 344 | DJVU | 3.44 MB

    There is a unity to physics it is a discipline which provides the most fundamental understanding of the dynamics of matter and energy. To understand anything about a physical system you have to interact with it and one of the best ways to learn something is to use electrons as probes. This book is the result of a meeting, which took place in Magdalene College Cambridge in December 2001. Atomic, nuclear, cluster, soHd state, chemical and even bio- physicists got together to consider scattering electrons to explore matter in all its forms. Theory and experiment were represented in about equal measure. It was meeting marked by the most lively of discussions and the free exchange of ideas.
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    Electronic Structure: Basic Theory and Practical Methods (Vol 1)
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press | April 26, 2004 | ISBN-10: 0521782856 | 648 pages | DJVU | 11.40 MB

    The study of the electronic structure of materials is at a momentous stage, with the emergence of new computational methods and theoretical approaches. This volume provides an introduction to the field and describes its conceptual framework, the capabilities of present methods, limitations, and challenges for the future. Many properties of materials can now be determined directly from the fundamental equations of quantum mechanics, bringing new insights into critical problems in physics, chemistry, and materials science.
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    Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices Introduction to Physics and Simulation
    Publisher: Academic Press | 2003-01-21 | ISBN: 0125571909 | Pages: 279 | PDF | 3.88 MB

    Optoelectronics has become an important part of our lives. Wherever light is used to transmit information, tiny semiconductor devices are needed to transfer electrical current into optical signals and vice versa. Examples include light emitting diodes in radios and other appliances, photodetectors in elevator doors and digital cameras, and laser diodes that transmit phone calls through glass fibers. Such optoelectronic devices take advantage of sophisticated interactions between electrons and light. Nanometer scale semiconductor structures are often at the heart of modern optoelectronic devices. Their shrinking size and increasing complexity make computer simulation an important tool to design better devices that meet ever rising perfomance requirements.
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    Fundamentals of Solid-State Electronics
    Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc | 1991-06 | ISBN: 9810206380 | Pages: 1010 | DJVU | 12.10 MB

    This textbook on the fundamental aspects of solid state electronics presents basic and state-of-the-art topics on materials physics, device physics, and basic circuit building blocks not covered by existing textbooks on the subject. Each topic is introduced with a historical background and motivations of device invention and circuit evolution. Fundamental physics is discussed with minimum need of algebra and advanced mathematics. Another special feature is a systematic classification of fundamental mechanisms not found even in advanced texts.
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