Handbook of Electronic Tables and Formulas, 6/e
Howard W., Engineering Staff Sams
Published May, 1997 by Prentice Hall Career & Technology
Copyright 1986, 265 pp.
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Compiled by experienced electronics engineers, this classic handbook
offers a ready, one-stop reference to mathematical tables and electronics
formulas, and reflects developments in the rapidly changing electronics
Contains formulas, laws, and mathematical tables important
in all branches of electronics.
Puts hard-to-remember constants and government- or industry-
established standards at your fingertips.
Includes symbols and codes for many diverse areas of
Examines service and installation data, covering those most
often used in service design work.
Offers such general information as conversion for measures
and weights, a table of the elements, and temperature scales.
Provides computer programs for electronics formulas to
Covers topics users said they'd like to see, with
Demonstrates how to add and multiply vectors on a computer,
as well as work with natural logarithms in computer programs.
- Resistor and capacitor color codes.
- Laws of heat flow in transistors and heat sinks.
- Operational amplifiers.
- Basic fiber optics.
Clarifies misconceptions throughout, i.e., clearly distinguishes
between the physical movement of a free electron and the guided wave
motion produced by the electron's field.
1. Electronics Formulas and Laws.
2. Constants and Standards.
3. Symbols and Codes.
4. Service and Installation Data.
5. Design Data.
6. Mathematical Tables and Formulas.
Appendix A: Calculations Using Commodore 64® Computer.
Appendix B: Program Conversions.