EMI - Electronics measurements & instrumentation ebook & pdf notes

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I am here sharing the pdf notes for EMI - Electronics measurements & instrumentation as per the syllabus of electronics branch engineering students. This ebook for EMI - Electronics measurements & instrumentation will help you in your studies for your semester examination and assist you in getting good marks.


The following topics are covered in these notes & ebook:

UNIT I BASIC MEASUREMENT CONCEPTS - Measurement systems, Static and dynamic characteristics, Units and standards of measurements, Error analysis, Moving coil, moving iron meters, Multimeters, True RMSmeters, Bridge measurements, Maxwell ,Hay ,Schering ,Anderson and Wien bridge.

UNIT II BASIC ELECTRONIC MEASUREMENTS - Electronic multimeters, Cathode ray oscilloscopes, Block schematic, Applications,Special oscilloscopes, Q meters, Vector meters, RF voltage and power measurements.,True RMS meters.

UNIT III SIGNAL GENERATORS AND ANALYZERS - Function generators, pulse and square wave generators, RF signal generators, Sweep generators, Frequency synthesizer, Wave analyzer, Harmonic distortion analyzer,Spectrum analyzer - digital spectrum analyzer, Vector Network Analyzer, Digital L,C,R measurements, Digital RLC meters.

UNIT IV DIGITAL INSTRUMENTS - Comparison of analog and digital techniques, Digital voltmeter, Multimeters, Frequency counters, Measurement of frequency and time interval, Extension of frequency range,Automation in digital instruments, Automatic polarity indication, automatic ranging,automatic zeroing, fully automatic digital instruments, Computer controlled test systems, Virtual instruments

UNIT V DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS AND FIBER OPTIC MEASUREMENTS - Elements of a digital data acquisition system, Interfacing of transducers, Multiplexing,data loggers - Computer controlled instrumentation, IEEE 488 bus, Fiber optic measurements for power and system loss, Optical time domains reflectometer.
 

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