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MEASUREMENT SYSTEMSIntroductionMeasurement System ArchitectureErrors in MeasurementStandards Used in MeasurementsChapter SummaryProblemsANALOG SIGNAL CONDITIONINGIntroductionDifferential AmplifiersOperational AmplifiersAnalog Active Filter Applications Using Op-AmpsInstrumentation AmplifiersNonlinear Analog Signal Processing by Op-Amps and by Special Function ModulesCharge AmplifiersPhase Sensitive RectifiersChapter SummaryProblemsNOISE AND COHERENT INTERFACE IN MEASUREMENTSIntroductionRandom Noise in CircuitsPropagation of Gaussian Noise Through Linear FiltersBroadband Noise Factor and Noise. Read more... Abstract: Knowledge of instrumentation is critical in light of the highly sensitive and precise requirements of modern processes and systems. This book provides coverage of a wide array of modern instrumentation and measurement topics. It features design of optical polarimeters and their applications; and, sensing of gas-phase analytes. Read more...
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