|first edition, first print||In English|
|ISBN: 0-672-21741-4 (Fennica) (HelMet) (Kirjastot.fi) (Library of Congress)
LCCN: 80-52227 (Library of Congress)
|Publisher: Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc.|
There are a number of relatively inexpensive "personal-type" digital computers, such as Radio Shack's TRS-80, which can effiently perform virtually any type of computation required for the design and analysis of electronic networks. Thus, this book presents a variety of useful BASIC language programs that will greatly simplify the design and analysis of commonly encountered circuit problems.
A variety of programs are presented that enable the user to solve a myriad of problems, such as rms and average values, periodic waveform, inverse Laplace, Fourier, design of matching pads, attenuators, active filters, heat sinks, integrated circuit timer, zener diode regulator, and bipolar transistor circuits.
All output is displayed on the video screen, but most programs can be easily modified so that the results are handled by a line printer, cassette tape, or disk.
This book is for the reader who has a good undestanding of Level II BASIC. It was written primarily for the advanced computer user.
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