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High Speed Digital Design: A Handbook of Black Magic
Focused on the field of knowledge lying between digital and analog circuit theory, this new text will help engineers workng with digital systems shorten their latest design problems. The scope of the material covered includes signal reflection, crosstalk, and noise problems which occur in high speed digital machines ( above 10 megahertz). This volume will be of practical use to digital logic designers, sstaff and senior communitions scientist, and all those interested in digital design.
.... by Howard W., Ph.D. Johnson, Martin, Ph.D. Graham
Parallel Port Complete: Programming, Interfacing & Using the PC'S Parallel Printer Port
firstname.lastname@example.org from Kokomo, IN , 03/15/98, rating=10: Very thorough and informative.....good job as usual for
Jan. I have read Jan's columns for years in various electronics magazines and papers. She does not disappoint in
this book. She presents the subject of PC interfacing very thoroughly and with much detail. Her use of Visual
Basic was important so that the book would appeal and be usable to the most widest audience possible. Not everyone
is a C programmer so I think the book would be useful to all. The book cleared up many concepts for me. Very well
written... by Jan Axelson
Programming the Parallel Port: Interfacing the PC for Data Acquisition and Process Control
email@example.com from Athabasca, Canada , 04/21/98, rating=10: What your PC must do to sieze the world by
the bits. This very up-to-date handbook reveals little-known secrets of PC hardware and the software needed to
control the outside world with a PC. Suitable background in electronics is given for the book to be used as a
textbook, yet the approach is that of a helpful cookbook. Going beyond the PC, the important topic of
microcontrollers is addressed. Best of all, important problems in data measurement using PCs can be addressed with
very inexpensive hardware easily built (a complete novice might need a Radio Shack style guide to how to do
soldering). Software is included in source code form on disk, an added bonus. Reading this book won't get you an
EE degree but it might be the next best thing... by Dhananjay V. Gadre
Controlling the World With Your PC
Reviewer by : Ross Bolton from Santa Ana, CA
This book goes straight in to code, no connections or words about interface. Although he has lots of projects
and lots of code, including a disk, unless you know how to use cable connections from board to PC or PC to
whatever you are trying to control (he has a motor project) then you will be wasting your time with it. If
you are adventurous or know how to connect, then the book is generally pretty good. Has 40 projects which
vary quite a bit and the circuit schematics for some projects also. But definitely not for a beginner.
.... by Paul Bergsman
Motor Control Electronics Handbook
.... by Richard Valentine
Hardcover (April 1998) McGraw Hill Text; ISBN: 0070668108
Design reliable electronic controls for any motor application. If you design or test motor controls, count on
the applications-focused Motor Control Electronics Handbook for the high-quality, hands-on help you need to
work faster and smarter than ever. Richard Valentine's plain-English, state-of-the-art guide helps you design
motor controls with microcontrollers and IGBT power devices... gives you an in-depth introduction to digital
motor speed controls (with actual design examples and software...
Industrial Motor Control.... by Stephen L. Herman
This newly revised text, now in full color, provides easy-to-follow instructions and the essential
information for controlling industrial motors. Most commonly-used devices in contemporary industrial
settings are covered....
CAN System Engineering: From Theory to Practical Applications
.... by Wolfhard Lawrenz
Industrial engineers increasingly make use of microprocessors to monitor and control industrial processes.
This book provides a comprehensive account of how CAN (controller area network) can be designed and applied
in a wide...