2004

Robust Electronic Design Reference Book

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-7739-5 (Print) 978-1-4020-7830-9 (Online)

Table of contents (46 entries)

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    Introduction to Robust Electronic Design

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    Pages 7-9

    Preparation for Robust Electronic Design

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    Pages 10-28

    Developing Products and Equipment Using Robust Electronic Design

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    Pages 29-50

    Noise Sources, Noise Coupling Paths, and Noise Victims

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    Pages 51-57

    Selecting Passive Components

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    Pages 58-79

    Resistors

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    Pages 80-85

    Fuses

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    Pages 86-125

    Capacitors

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    Pages 126-155

    Inductors and Transformers

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    Pages 155-172

    EMC Ferrites

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    Pages 173-195

    Crystals and Ceramic Resonators

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    Pages 196-226

    Switches, Controls, Indicators, Displays, and Relays

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    Pages 227-268

    Batteries, Fuel Cells, and Solar Cells

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    Pages 269-300

    Connectors and Sockets

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    Pages 301-320

    Selecting Active Components

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    Pages 321-350

    Diodes

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    Pages 351-366

    Transient Suppressors and Surge Suppressors

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    Pages 367-399

    Selecting Active Components

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    Pages 400-423

    Optoelectronics

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    Pages 424-513

    Integrated Circuits

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