Interfacing Sensors To The Pc by Willis J. Tompkins, John G. Webster

By Willis J. Tompkins, John G. Webster

This quantity completely explores all of the rules and methods invaluable for connecting any kind of sensor to the IBM computing device or similar desktops -- e.g., sensors, transducers, facts conversion, and interface thoughts.

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