Introduction to Instrumentation and Measurements by Northrop, Robert B.
This book provides a firm knowledge base in modern areas such as sensor mechanisms, data compression, and specialized opto-electronic sensor systems. It expands its scope to encompass geophysical, chemical, and photonic measurement. Describes low-noise system designs and covers digital signal processing and interfaces. Includes clear examples along with challenging, classroom-tested problems. Contains a robust chapter on noise and interference and how they affect measurement accuracy.
Table of Contents
Analog Signal Conditioning in Instrumentation
Noise and Coherent Interference in Measurements
DC Null Methods of Measurement
Survey of Sensor Mechanisms
Applications of Sensors to Physical Measurements
Basic Electrical Measurements
Digital Interfaces in Measurement Systems
Introduction to Digital Signal Conditioning in Instrumentation
Solid-State Chemical Microsensors and Wireless Instrumentation
Introduction to Mechanical Microsensors
Examples of the Design of Measurement Systems
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