McGraw-Hill Electronics Dictionary
Author: Neil Sclater, John Markus
Number of pages: 527
Publication date: 1997
Size: 2,40 mb
The bestselling electronics dictionary on the market for the past 20 years is now fully updated for the age of digital communications! The Sixth Edition features more than 14,000 entries including 800 new terms and definitions, covering such fast-growing subject areas as personal computers, digital telecommunications, cellular telephony, and consumer electronics. It also features 220 new illustrations. Outdated entries have been deleted, ensuring the book’s relevance and usefulness for engineers, technicians, managers, marketers, students and anyone working in or around the field of electronics. Presented at a higher technical level than other electronics dictionaries-with more detailed definitions and more exhaustive listings-Sclater and Markus’ classic will remain the #1 choice for today’s electronics professionals.