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Introduction to industrial electronics.

By: BENEDICT, R. Ralph.

Price: $7.00

Publisher: New York:, Prentice-Hall, (1954). Prentice-Hall electrical Engineering Series.: 1954

Seller ID: S1205

Fourth printing. 8vo. x, 436 pp. Frontis., illus., index. Green cloth. Fine. View more info

Electronics for the modern scientist.

By: BROWN, Paul B. (b. 1942), et al.

Price: $19.50

Publisher: New York, etc.:, Elsevier, (1982).: 1982

Seller ID: S6196

8vo. x, 496 pp. Figs., index. Pictorial boards. Fine. View more info

Industrial electronics.


Price: $18.00

Publisher: New York:, John Wiley & Sons, (1935).: 1935

Seller ID: S0435

Fourth printing. 8vo. xiii, 245 pp. Frontis., 245 figs., index. Maroon cloth. Fine. View more info

Rectifying semi-conductor contacts.


Price: $40.00

Publisher: Oxford:, Clarendon Press, 1957. The International Series of Monographs on Physics.: 1957

Seller ID: S0088

243 x 162 mm. 8vo. xii, 372 pp. Illus., bibliog., index. Navy cloth, dust-jacket; jacket chipped, else fine. View more info

Introduction to electronics for students of physics and engineering science.

By: HUNTEN, Donald M.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, etc.:, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1964).: 1964

Seller ID: S6427

8vo. xii, 369 pp. Figs., index. Gray cloth; lightly rubbed. Ownership signature. Very good. View more info

Handbook of industrial electronic circuits.

By: MARKUS, John & Vin ZELUFF.

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, etc.:, McGraw-Hill, 1948.: 1948

Seller ID: S6244

FIRST EDITION. 4to. xv, 272 pp. Numerous figs., indexes. Cloth, gilt spine. Ownership signature. Fine. First Edition. View more info

U-H-F technique.

By: [Ultra-High-Frequency].

Price: $7.50

Publisher: New York:, McGraw-Hill, 1942.: 1942

Seller ID: S5692

Reprinted from Electronics. 4to. 61 pp. 21 figs., index. Printed wrappers; waterstained, covers separated. Ownership signature of Erle Howell. Good (noting defects). Contains 7 articles: Simon Ramo, Electrical Concepts at extremely high frequencies [Some of the characteristics of electricity when the frequency of alternation reaches the range of billions of cycles per second are discussed in relation to the physical pictures of basic electrical concepts, such as current flow along conductors, in tubes, and in circuits which are being evolved by engineers in the high-frequency field. As ... View more info