Analog Devices, Inc, Norwood MA 1977, 246 pages, diagrams, some photographs.
Condition: Very Good overall, large 8.5x11 softcover with white and red cardstock covers, some edgewear, spotting and foxing along textblock fore-edges. Binding is sound and secure, pages clean, unmarked.
Item Description'The first major revision of material previously published in the highly successful Analog-Digital Conversion Handbook, first published in 1972 and reprinted in 19976. This volume contains Parts I and II of that book, updated wherever specific converter products are referred to, in order to reflect the revolution in cost, size and in some cases performance, brought about by the development of converters in integrated-circuit and hybrid form...
Two entirely new chapters have been added to further reflect changes in the technological marketplace brought about by the availability of both converters and computers as true components... Processes, configurations, and performance in miniature low-cost converters; and the application of converters with parallel and serial digital interfaces, microcomputers, asynchronous serial data ports, and proprietary integrated data-conversion subsystem architecgtures...' (from the Preface).