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Reference Data for Engineers, 9th Edition

Book Description

Reference Data for Engineers is the most respected, reliable, and indispensable reference tool for technical professionals around the globe. Written by professionals for professionals, this book is a complete reference for engineers, covering a broad range of topics. It is the combined effort of 96 engineers, scientists, educators, and other recognized specialists in the fields of electronics, radio, computer, and communications technology.

By providing an abundance of information on essential, need-to-know topics without heavy emphasis on complicated mathematics, Reference Data for Engineers is an absolute "must-have" for every engineer who requires comprehensive electrical, electronics, and communications data at his or her fingertips. Featured in the Ninth Edition is updated coverage on intellectual property and patents, probability and design, antennas, power electronics, rectifiers, power supplies, and properties of materials. Useful information on units, constants and conversion factors, active filter design, antennas, integrated circuits, surface acoustic wave design, and digital signal processing is also included. The Ninth Edition also offers new knowledge in the fields of satellite technology, space communication, microwave science, telecommunication, global positioning systems, frequency data, and radar.

* Widely acclaimed as the most practical reference ever published for a wide range of electronics and computer professionals, from technicians through post-graduate engineers.

* Provides a great way to learn or review the basics of various technologies, with a minimum of tables, equations, and other heavy math.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover image
  2. Title page
  3. Table of Contents
  4. Keep up-to-date with the latest books in your field!
  5. Copyright
  6. DEDICATION
  7. Preface
  8. Contributors
  9. Acknowledgments
  10. Chapter 1: Radio Frequency Spectrum Management and Time and Frequency Standards
    1. WAVELENGTH–FREQUENCY CONVERSION
    2. RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM MANAGEMENT
    3. TIME SCALES
    4. TIME AND FREQUENCY STANDARDS
    5. TIME AND FREQUENCY BROADCASTS
  11. Chapter 2: International Telephony Recommendations
    1. INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
    2. ZERO-RELATIVE-LEVEL POINTS AND RELATIVE LEVELS
    3. PSOPHOMETRIC NOISE AND POWER
    4. CONVENTIONAL TELEPHONE SIGNAL
    5. TELEPHONE CIRCUIT LOADING
    6. POWER LEVELS
    7. HYPOTHETICAL REFERENCE CIRCUITS
    8. TELEPHONE CIRCUIT CHARACTERISTICS
    9. CIRCUIT NOISE OBJECTIVES
    10. CCITT AND TELEGRAPHY
    11. CCITT AND TELEPHONY
    12. TELEPHONE SIGNALING
  12. Chapter 3: Units, Constants, and Conversion Factors
    1. SI UNITS*
    2. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THE SI
    3. FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICAL CONSTANTS
    4. CONVERSION FACTORS*
  13. Chapter 4: Properties of Materials
    1. GENERAL PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTS
    2. PERIODIC CLASSIFICATION OF THE ELEMENTS
    3. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF THE ELEMENTS
    4. GALVANIC SERIES IN SEA WATER
    5. TEMPERATURE-EMF CHARACTERISTICS OF THERMOCOUPLES‡
    6. CONDUCTING MATERIALS
    7. SEMICONDUCTING MATERIALS
    8. INSULATING MATERIALS
    9. MAGNETIC MATERIALS*
    10. MAGNETOSTRICTION
    11. PIEZOELECTRICITY
    12. ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF SOME MATERIALS
  14. Chapter 5: Components or Parts
    1. GENERAL STANDARDS
    2. ENVIRONMENTAL TEST METHODS
    3. STANDARD AMBIENT CONDITIONS FOR MEASUREMENT
    4. OTHER STANDARD ENVIRONMENTAL TEST CONDITIONS
    5. COMPONENT VALUE CODING
    6. RESISTORS—FIXED COMPOSITION
    7. RESISTORS—FIXED WIREWOUND
    8. RESISTORS—FIXED FILM
    9. RESISTORS—ADJUSTABLE
    10. CAPACITORS—DEFINITIONS
    11. CLASSES OF CAPACITORS
    12. PLASTIC FILM CAPACITORS
    13. ELECTROLYTIC CAPACITORS
    14. CERAMIC CAPACITORS
    15. PAPER FOIL-TYPE CAPACITORS
    16. MICA CAPACITORS
    17. PRINTED CIRCUITS
  15. Chapter 6: Fundamentals of Networks
    1. INDUCTANCE OF SINGLE-LAYER SOLENOIDS
    2. REACTANCE CHARTS
    3. IMPEDANCE FORMULAS
    4. SKIN EFFECT
    5. EQUATIONS FOR SIMPLE R, L, AND C NETWORKS*
    6. TRANSIENTS—ELEMENTARY CASES
    7. TRANSIENTS—OPERATIONAL CALCULUS AND LAPLACE TRANSFORMS
    8. Example
    9. Circuit Response Related to Unit Impulse
    10. Circuit Response Related to Unit Step
    11. Heaviside Expansion Theorem
    12. Application to Linear Networks
  16. Chapter 7: Fourier Waveform Analysis
    1. FOURIER TRANSFORM OF A FUNCTION
    2. FOURIER SERIES
    3. PULSE-TRAIN ANALYSIS
    4. SPECTRAL ANALYSIS
  17. Chapter 8: Filters, Simple Bandpass Design
    1. COEFFICIENT OF COUPLING
    2. GAIN AT RESONANCE
    3. SELECTIVITY FAR FROM RESONANCE
    4. SELECTIVITY OF SINGLE- AND DOUBLE-TUNED CIRCUITS NEAR RESONANCE
    5. NODE INPUT IMPEDANCE OR MESH INPUT ADMITTANCE OF A DOUBLE-TUNED CIRCUIT
  18. Chapter 9: Filters, Modern-Network-Theory Design
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. NORMALIZATION
    3. THE REFERENCE LOW-PASS
    4. CAUER-PARAMETER LOW-PASS FILTERS
    5. CHEBYSHEV LOW-PASS FILTERS
    6. BUTTERWORTH LOW-PASS FILTERS
    7. LOW-PASS TO HIGH-PASS TRANSFORMATION
    8. LOW-PASS TO BANDPASS TRANSFORMATION
    9. LOW-PASS TO BAND-STOP TRANSFORMATION
    10. NUMERICAL EXAMPLES
  19. Chapter 10: Active Filter Design
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. CIRCUIT ELEMENTS
    3. FUNDAMENTALS AND TECHNIQUES OF ACTIVE-FILTER DESIGN
    4. FREQUENTLY USED BUILDING BLOCKS
    5. SECOND-ORDER TRANSFER FUNCTIONS—THE BIQUADS
    6. HIGH-ORDER TRANSFER FUNCTIONS
    7. SWITCH ED-CAPACITOR FILTERS
  20. Chapter 11: Attenuators
    1. DEFINITIONS
    2. TYPICAL DESIGNS OF RESISTIVE ATTENUATORS
    3. CONNECTORS
    4. MEASUREMENT OF ATTENUATION
  21. Chapter 12: Measurements and Analysis
    1. IMPEDANCE BRIDGES
    2. NETWORK ANALYSIS
    3. SIGNAL ANALYSIS
    4. TIME AND FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT
    5. RF AND MICROWAVE POWER MEASUREMENTS
    6. MICROWAVE-LINK ANALYSIS
    7. COMPUTER CONTROL OF INSTRUMENTS
    8. ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY, INTERFERENCE, AND SUSCEPTIBILITY
    9. EMC/EMI/EMS
  22. Chapter 13: Magnetic-Core Transformers and Reactors
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. POWER TRANSFORMERS
    3. FERRORESONANT TRANSFORMERS
    4. CONVERTER/INVERTER TRANSFORMERS
    5. AUDIO-FREQUENCY TRANSFORMERS
    6. WIDEBAND TRANSFORMERS
    7. PULSE TRANSFORMERS
    8. MAGNETIC-CORE REACTORS
    9. MAGNETIC-CORE INDUCTORS
  23. Chapter 14: Power Electronics—Rectifiers, Filters, and Power Supplies
    1. CHARACTERISTICS OF POWER SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
    2. AC-DC CONVERTER CIRCUITS
    3. FILTER CIRCUITS AND DESIGN
    4. DC-OUTPUT POWER SUPPLIES
    5. AC-OUTPUT POWER SUPPLIES
  24. Chapter 15: Feedback Control Systems
    1. MODELS OF CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS
    2. SYSTEM PERFORMANCE
    3. STATE SPACE ANALYSIS AND DESIGN TECHNIQUES
    4. DIGITAL CONTROL SYSTEMS
    5. PHASE-LOCKED LOOP SERVO SYSTEMS
    6. NONLINEAR SYSTEMS
    7. COMPUTER-AIDED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
  25. Chapter 16: Electron Tubes
    1. ELECTRON EMISSION
    2. ELECTRODE DISSIPATION
    3. NOISE IN TUBES
    4. LOW-, MEDIUM-, AND HIGH-FREQUENCY TUBES
    5. MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
    6. MICROWAVE TUBES*
    7. CYCLOTRON RESONANCE MICROWAVE TUBES*†
    8. FREE-ELECTRON LASERS
    9. GAS TUBES
    10. LIGHT-SENSING AND LIGHT-EMITTING TUBES
    11. LIGHT-SENSING TUBES
    12. LIGHT-EMITTING TUBES
  26. Chapter 17: Power Grid-Tube Circuits
    1. GENERAL DESIGN
    2. GRAPHIC DESIGN METHODS
    3. CIRCUIT CLASSIFICATION
    4. RF AMPLIFIER CIRCUITS
    5. PERFORMANCE OF ELECTRON POWER TUBES; COMPARISON WITH SOLID-STATE DEVICES
  27. Chapter 18: Semiconductors and Transistors
    1. SEMICONDUCTORS
    2. pn JUNCTIONS
    3. DIODES AND RECTIFIERS
    4. TRANSISTORS
    5. OTHER ELECTRONIC DEVICES
  28. Chapter 19: Transistor Circuits
    1. DEVICE MODELS AND EQUATIONS*
    2. BIAS TECHNIQUES†
    3. SMALL-SIGNAL MODELS AND EQUATIONS*
    4. SINGLE-STAGE AMPLIFIERS*
    5. DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIERS*
    6. CURRENT SOURCES†
    7. FEEDBACK AMPLIFIERS*
    8. BANDPASS AMPLIFIERS*
    9. SINUSOIDAL OSCILLATORS*
    10. PULSE CIRCUITS*
  29. Chapter 20: Integrated Circuits
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
    3. IC FABRICATION
    4. IC PROCESSING
    5. IC DESIGN*
    6. PACKAGING INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
    7. DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
    8. MEMORY INTEGRATED CIRCUITS*
    9. LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS*
    10. TRENDS IN INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
    11. APPLICATION SPECIFIC INTEGRATED CIRCUITS*
    12. SINGLE-WAFER INTEGRATED DEVICE PROCESSING†
    13. SILICON-ON-INSULATOR TECHNOLOGY AND DEVICES*
  30. Chapter 21: Optoelectronics
    1. THE OPTICAL SPECTRUM
    2. RADIOMETRY
    3. INTERACTION OF OPTICAL WAVES WITH MATTER
    4. OPTICAL SOURCES
    5. OPTICAL DETECTORS
  31. Chapter 22: Optical Communications
    1. OPTICAL DETECTORS AND NOISE
    2. MODULATION TECHNIQUES
    3. OPTICAL TRANSMITTERS
    4. OPTICAL RECEIVERS
    5. BACKGROUND RADIATION
    6. ATMOSPHERIC EFFECTS
    7. FIBER WAVEGUIDE TRANSMISSION
  32. Chapter 23: Analog Communications
    1. PART 1—CONTINUOUS MODULATION
    2. ANALYTIC SIGNAL REPRESENTATION OF MODULATED WAVEFORMS
    3. AMPLITUDE MODULATION
    4. DEMODULATION, OR DETECTION, OF AMPLITUDE MODULATION
    5. COMPARISON OF AMPLITUDE-MODULATION SYSTEMS
    6. EXPONENTIAL MODULATION
    7. PART 2—PULSE MODULATION
    8. SAMPLING
    9. PULSE-AMPLITUDE MODULATION (PAM)
    10. PULSE-TIME MODULATION (PTM)
    11. PULSE-CODE MODULATION (PCM)
    12. DELTA MODULATION (DM)
  33. Chapter 24: Digital Communications
    1. BASEBAND SIGNAL SETS
    2. SIGNAL SETS FOR RF CHANNELS
    3. OPTIMUM RECEIVERS FOR DIGITAL COMMUNICATIONS
    4. ERROR PROBABILITIES FOR DIGITAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
    5. SPREAD-SPECTRUM COMMUNICATIONS
  34. Chapter 25: Information Theory and Coding
    1. CODING FOR NOISELESS CHANNELS
    2. SOURCE COMPACTION CODES
    3. CODING FOR DISCRETE NOISY CHANNELS
    4. CONTINUOUS CHANNELS AND SOURCES
    5. DECISION THEORY AND ESTIMATION THEORY
    6. SOURCE COMPRESSION CODES
    7. MULTITERMINAL INFORMATION NETWORKS
    8. THE COMMUNICATION GAMES
  35. Chapter 26: Computer Communications Networks
    1. THE STRUCTURE OF COMPUTER NETWORKS
    2. NETWORK FUNCTIONS
    3. THE PHYSICAL LAYER
    4. THE DATA LINK CONTROL LAYER
    5. MULTIACCESS LINK CONTROL
    6. THE NETWORK LAYER
    7. HIGHER-LEVEL PROTOCOLS
    8. HIGH SPEED LOCAL AREA NETWORKS
    9. HIGH SPEED WIDE AREA NETWORKS
  36. Chapter 27: Satellite and Space Communications
    1. EVOLUTION OF COMMUNICATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS AND THEIR ROLE IN WORLDWIDE COMMUNICATIONS
    2. SATELLITE ORBITS
    3. INFORMATION TRANSMISSION IN SPACE
    4. THE CHOICE OF THE ORBIT
    5. SOLAR ECLIPSES
    6. NONGEOSTATIONARY ORBITS
    7. ELEVATION AND AZIMUTH ANGLES
    8. THE CHOICE OF FREQUENCY
    9. LINK BUDGETS
    10. SPACECRAFT ARCHITECTURE
    11. TRANSPONDERS
    12. OVERALL TRANSMISSION SYSTEM CONSIDERATIONS
    13. ANALOG TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
    14. DIGITAL TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
    15. DEMAND-ASSIGNED MULTIPLE ACCESS (DAMA)
    16. TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS (TDMA)
    17. SATELLITE-SWITCHED TIME-DIVISION MULTIPLE ACCESS (SS-TDMA)
    18. OTHER SERVICES
    19. NETWORKS
    20. SPACECRAFT ANTENNAS
    21. PROPAGATION
    22. EARTH STATIONS
  37. Chapter 28: Discrete-Time Signal Processing
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. FUNDAMENTALS FOR DISCRETE-TIME SYSTEMS
    3. DISCRETE FOURIER TRANSFORM
    4. DIGITAL-FILTER DESIGN
    5. DIGITAL-FILTER IMPLEMENTATION
    6. ADAPTIVE DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING
    7. DISCRETE-TIME ANALOG TECHNOLOGIES
  38. Chapter 29: Transmission Lines
    1. RULE OF SUBSCRIPTS AND SIGN CONVENTIONS
    2. SYMBOLS
    3. FUNDAMENTAL QUANTITIES AND LINE PARAMETERS
    4. VOLTAGE AND CURRENT
    5. IMPEDANCE AND ADMITTANCE
    6. LINES OPEN- OR SHORT-CIRCUITED AT THE FAR END
    7. VOLTAGE REFLECTION COEFFICIENT AND STANDING-WAVE RATIO
    8. POWER AND EFFICIENCY
    9. TRANSFORMATION OF IMPEDANCE ON LINES WITH HIGH SWR*
    10. MISMATCH AND TRANSDUCER LOSS
    11. ATTENUATION AND RESISTANCE OF TRANSMISSION LINES AT ULTRAHIGH FREQUENCIES
    12. RESONANT LINES
    13. QUARTER-WAVE MATCHING SECTIONS
    14. IMPEDANCE MATCHING WITH SHORTED STUB
    15. IMPEDANCE MATCHING WITH OPEN STUB
    16. LENGTH OF TRANSMISSION LINE
    17. CHARACTERISTIC IMPEDANCE OF LINES
    18. MICROSTRIP LINES
    19. STRIP TRANSMISSION LINES*
    20. COPLANAR TRANSMISSION LINES
    21. ATTENUATION AND POWER RATING OF LINES AND CABLES
    22. ARMY-NAVY LIST OF PREFERRED
    23. RADIO-FREQUENCY CABLES*
  39. Chapter 30: Waveguides and Resonators
    1. PROPAGATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES IN HOLLOW WAVEGUIDES
    2. RECTANGULAR WAVEGUIDES
    3. CIRCULAR WAVEGUIDES
    4. SQUARE WAVEGUIDES
    5. ATTENUATION IN A WAVEGUIDE BEYOND CUTOFF
    6. STANDARD WAVEGUIDES
    7. RIDGED WAVEGUIDES
    8. FLEXIBLE WAVEGUIDES
    9. WAVEGUIDE LOSSES
    10. WAVEGUIDE CIRCUIT ELEMENTS‡
    11. HYBRID JUNCTIONS*
    12. RESONANT CAVITIES
    13. SURFACE-WAVE TRANSMISSION LINE*
    14. DIELECTRIC-ROD WAVEGUIDES
    15. RECTANGULAR DIELECTRIC GUIDES AND IMAGE GUIDES
    16. DIELECTRIC RESONATORS
    17. SLOT LINES
    18. FIN-LINES
  40. Chapter 31: Scattering Matrices
    1. AMPLITUDE OF A TRAVELING WAVE
    2. REFLECTION COEFFICIENT
    3. SCATTERING MATRIX OF A JUNCTION
    4. TWO-PORT JUNCTIONS
    5. TRANSFORMATION MATRIX
    6. MEASUREMENT OF THE SCATTERING MATRIX
    7. GEOMETRY OF REFLECTION CHARTS
    8. EVALUATION OF HYPERBOLIC DISTANCE
    9. CORRESPONDENCES WITH CURRENT, VOLTAGE, AND IMPEDANCE VIEWPOINTS
    10. TRANSFORMATION MATRIX
  41. Chapter 32: Antennas
    1. GENERAL
    2. LOW-GAIN ANTENNAS
    3. MEDIUM-GAIN ANTENNAS
    4. ARRAYS
    5. APERTURE DISTRIBUTIONS
    6. REFLECTORS
  42. Chapter 33: Electromagnetic-Wave Propagation
    1. VERY-LOW FREQUENCIES—UP TO 30 KILOHERTZ
    2. LOW AND MEDIUM FREQUENCIES—30 TO 3000 KILOHERTZ†
    3. HIGH FREQUENCIES—3 TO 30 MEGAHERTZ*
    4. EFFECT OF NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS ON RADIO PROPAGATION*
    5. IONOSPHERIC SCATTER PROPAGATION†
    6. METEOR-BURST PROPAGATION*
    7. PROPAGATION ABOVE 30 MEGAHERTZ, LINE-OF-SIGHT CONDITIONS*
    8. KNIFE-EDGE DIFFRACTION PROPAGATION*
    9. TROPOSPHERIC SCATTER PROPAGATION†
    10. EARTH-SPACE COMMUNICATION
  43. Chapter 34: Radio Noise and Interference
    1. NATURAL NOISE
    2. MAN-MADE RADIO NOISE
    3. PRECIPITATION STATIC
    4. THERMAL NOISE CALCULATIONS
    5. NOISE MEASUREMENTS
    6. INTERFERENCE FROM SIGNALS OF OTHER SERVICES
  44. Chapter 35: Broadcasting, Cable Television, and Recording System Standards
    1. BROADCASTING STANDARDS
    2. BROADCAST AND CABLE TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS
    3. PROGRAM PRODUCTION STANDARDS
    4. DIGITAL TELEVISION SYSTEMS
    5. INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS FOR BROADCASTING
  45. Chapter 36: Radar
    1. INTRODUCTION TO RADAR
    2. PREDICTION OF RADAR RANGE*
    3. FLUCTUATING TARGET MODELS
    4. RADAR CROSS SECTION OF TARGETS*
    5. OTHER FORMS OF THE RADAR EQUATION
    6. RADAR LETTER BANDS
    7. RADAR ANTENNAS
    8. COVERAGE
    9. DOPPLER FREQUENCY SHIFT
    10. PULSE RADARS THAT EMPLOY DOPPLER
    11. MTI RADAR
    12. PULSE COMPRESSION
    13. CLUTTER
    14. RADAR MEASUREMENT ACCURACY
    15. TRACKING WITH RADAR
  46. Chapter 37: Radio Navigation Systems
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. PROPAGATION
    3. RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
  47. Chapter 38: Common Carrier Transmission
    1. THE SWITCHED TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
    2. THE EXCHANGE PLANT
    3. THE TOLL TRANSMISSION PLANT
    4. DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE
    5. INTERNATIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
    6. QUALITY OBJECTIVES AND DEFINITIONS
    7. FACILITIES
    8. NETWORK-CONTROL SIGNALING
  48. Chapter 39: Switching Networks and Traffic Concepts
    1. DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
    2. SPACE- AND TIME-DIVISION SWITCHING
    3. PROPERTIES OF COORDINATE SWITCHING NETWORKS
    4. SINGLE-STAGE COORDINATE SWITCHES
    5. BLOCKING AND NON-BLOCKING NETWORKS
    6. TIME-DIVISION SWITCHING
    7. DEFINITIONS OF TERMS
    8. TRAFFIC MEASURES
    9. TRAFFIC EQUATIONS AND TABLES
  49. Chapter 40: Electroacoustics
    1. THEORY OF SOUND WAVES*
    2. ELECTRICAL ANALOGIES FOR ACOUSTICAL AND/OR MECHANICAL SYSTEMS**
    3. HEARING*
    4. MEASUREMENT OF SOUND
    5. DEFINITIONS
    6. ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE
    7. ASSESSMENT OF WORKPLACE-INDUSTRIAL NOISE
    8. SOUND IN ENCLOSED ROOMS*
    9. INDOOR DESIGN NOISE LEVELS AND SPEECH COMMUNICATION
    10. SOUND ISOLATION†
    11. SOUND-REINFORCEMENT SYSTEMS*
  50. Chapter 41: Lasers
    1. ELEMENTARY RELATIONSHIPS
    2. THE LINE SHAPE FUNCTION
    3. AMPLIFICATION IN A QUANTUM SYSTEM
    4. LASER THRESHOLD
    5. OPTICAL CAVITIES
    6. HERMITE-GAUSSIAN BEAM MODES
    7. COMMON LASERS
    8. SEMICONDUCTOR LASERS
    9. NONLINEAR OPTICS
    10. SECOND-HARMONIC GENERATION
  51. Chapter 42: Computer Organization and Programming
    1. INTRODUCTION*
    2. NUMBER SYSTEMS AND ARITHMETIC
    3. BASIC COMPUTER ORGANIZATION
    4. PROCESSORS AND PROGRAMMING
    5. A MACHINE LANGUAGE PROGRAM
    6. OPERATION OF A SIMPLE PROGRAM
    7. INPUT/OUTPUT
  52. Chapter 43: Logic Design
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. POSTULATES
    3. ANALYSIS
    4. SYNTHESIS
    5. THEOREMS
    6. GENERAL GATE NETWORKS
    7. THE MAP METHOD
    8. SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS
  53. Chapter 44: Probability and Statistics
    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. MATHEMATICAL EXPECTATION
    3. IMPORTANT THEORETICAL PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
    4. GOODNESS OF FIT
  54. Chapter 45: Reliability and Life Testing
    1. DEFINITIONS AND TERMINOLOGY
    2. RELIABILITY DEFINITIONS
    3. ORGANIZATION FOR RELIABILITY
    4. ELEMENTS OF RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT
    5. COMPONENT RELIABILITY
    6. SYSTEM RELIABILITY
    7. SOURCES OF RELIABILITY DATA
    8. PROBABILITY AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE
    9. CODES AND STANDARDS
    10. THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN RELIABILITY
  55. Chapter 46: Cellular Telecommunications Systems
    1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION
    2. CELLULAR SYSTEM ELEMENTS
    3. OPERATION OF CELLULAR SYSTEMS
    4. MOBILE RADIO ENVIRONMENT
    5. FREQUENCY REUSE AND DESIGN ASPECT FOR FDMA AND TDMA
    6. RADIO CAPACITY*
    7. SWITCHING EQUIPMENT AND TRAFFIC MODELS
    8. DIGITAL CELLULAR SYSTEMS
  56. Chapter 47: Mathematical Equations
    1. MENSURATION EQUATIONS
    2. ALGEBRAIC AND TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS (INCLUDING COMPLEX QUANTITIES)
    3. PLANE TRIGONOMETRY
    4. SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY
    5. HYPERBOLIC FUNCTIONS*
    6. HYPERBOLIC TRIGONOMETRY
    7. PLANE ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
    8. SOLID ANALYTIC GEOMETRY
    9. DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
    10. TABLE OF INTEGRALS
    11. SERIES
    12. MATRIX ALGEBRA
    13. VECTOR-ANALYSIS EQUATIONS
    14. LAPLACE TRANSFORM
    15. TABLE OF LAPLACE TRANSFORMS
    16. SELECTED FUNCTIONS
    17. NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
  57. Chapter 48: Mathematical Tables
    1. HYPERBOLIC SINES
    2. HYPERBOLIC COSINES
    3. HYPERBOLIC TANGENTS
    4. MULTIPLES OF 0.4343
    5. MULTIPLES OF 2.3026
    6. LOGARITHMS TO BASE 2 AND POWERS OF 2
    7. NORMAL OR GAUSSIAN DISTRIBUTION
    8. BESSEL FUNCTIONS
  58. Chapter 49: Miscellaneous Data
    1. EFFECT OF ALTITUDE ON BREAKDOWN VOLTAGES
    2. WEATHER DATA*
    3. WORLD TIME CHART
    4. MATERIALS AND FINISHES FOR TROPICAL AND MARINE USE
    5. PRINCIPAL LOW-VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLIES IN THE WORLD
    6. POWER SUPPLY WIRING
    7. WIRING OF ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT AND CHASSIS
    8. RESISTANCE CHANGE WITH TEMPERATURE
    9. WIRE IDENTIFICATION
    10. DIAMETER OF CIRCLE ENCLOSING A GIVEN NUMBER OF SMALLER CIRCLES*
    11. TORQUE AND HORSEPOWER
    12. TRANSMISSION-LINE SAG CALCULATIONS*
    13. STRUCTURAL STANDARDS FOR STEEL RADIO TOWERS*
    14. VIBRATION AND SHOCK ISOLATION
    15. US GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
    16. BRITISH GRAPHIC SYMBOLS
    17. STANDARDIZED GRAPHIC SYMBOLS FOR LOGIC DESIGN
    18. SAFETY LEVELS FOR EXPOSURE TO EM FIELDS*
    19. PATENT, COPYRIGHT, AND TRADE SECRET PROTECTION OF INVENTIONS
    20. SUMMARY OF MILITARY NOMENCLATURE SYSTEM*
  59. Index