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by Willis J. Tompkins,John G. Webster
Author: Willis J. Tompkins,John G. Webster
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 1 edition (December 11, 1987)
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by Willis J. Tompkins and John G. Webster. This volume thoroughly explores all the principles and techniques necessary for connecting any type of sensor to the IBM PC or equivalent computers - . sensors, transducers, data conversion, and interface techniques. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780134690810. Release Date: December 1987.
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Willis J. Published Dec 1, 1987 by Prentice Hall. This book presents hardware & software designs for interfacing a diversity of seniors to the IBM-PC. Sample computer programs demonstrate how to capture and use information provided by the sensor. 2. Grounds, Shields, and Power Supplies. 3. Interfacing to the IBM PC BUS. 4. Basic Signal Conversion. 5. Serial RS-232-C Interfacing. 6. Interfacing Temperature Sensors. 7. Interfacing Optical Sensors.