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Measurement of physical quantities and instruments that aid thereof, are at the core of the engineering principle. The text, electrical and electronics measurements and instrumentation, captures the gamut of essential measurements required in the fields of electrical and electronics engineering and provides a comprehensive discourse on the principles of the instruments used for such measurements. The book, written in a highly pedagogical style, provides coverage on the basic to the most sophisticated measurement techniques and discusses design and operation of measuring instruments.salient featurescoverage of classical measurement as well as modern measurement techniques.liberal use and simple explanation of pharos diagrams.principles of instruments and various measurement techniques reinforced through solved examples.table of contents1. Concept of measurement systems2. Analog meters3. Instrument transformers4. Measurement of resistance5. Potentiometers6. Ac bridges7. Power measurement8. Measurement of energy9. Cathode ray oscilloscope10. Electronic instruments11. Sensors and transducers12. Magnetic measurements13. Signal generators and analyzers14. Data acquisition system15. Recording, storage and display devices16. Programmable logic controllers17. Microwave and rf measurement18. Fiber optic measurementsappendix a table of si unitsappendix b number systemsappendix c westen frequency meter
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