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Newnes interfacing companion [electronic resource] / A.C. Fischer-Cripps.
Fischer-Cripps, Anthony C.
Oxford ; Boston : Newnes, 2002.
1 online resource (307 p.)
Computer input-output equipment
Tony Fischer-Cripps is a Project Leader in the Division of Telecommunications and Industrial Physics of the CSIRO (Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organisation), Australia. He was previously lecturer, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia, and has also worked for the National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA (NIST, formerly National Bureau of Standards - NBS).*The essential pocket reference for engineers and students*Interfacing in action: PCs, PLCs, transducers and instrumentation in one book*Develop systems and applications that work with N
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Front Cover; Newnes Interfacing Companion; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; Part 1: Transducers; Chapter 1.1. Measurement systems; 1.1.1 Transducers; 1.1.2 Methods of measurement; 1.1.3 Sensitivity; 1.1.4 Zero, linearity and span; 1.1.5 Resolution, hysteresis and error; 1.1.6 Fourier analysis; 1.1.7 Dynamic response; 1.1.8 PID control; 1.1.9 Accuracy and repeatability; 1.1.10 Mechanical models; 1.1.11 Review questions; Chapter 1.2. Temperature; 1.2.1 Temperature; 1.2.2 Standard thermometers; 1.2.3 Industrial thermometers; 1.2.4 Platinum resistance thermometer
1.2.5 Liquid-in-glass thermometer1.2.6 Radiation pyrometer; 1.2.7 Thermocouple; 1.2.8 Thermistors; 1.2.9 Relative humidity; 1.2.10 Review questions; 1.2.11 Activities; Chapter 1.3. Light; 1.3.1 Light; 1.3.2 Measuring light; 1.3.3 Standards of measurement; 1.3.4 Thermal detectors; 1.3.5 Light dependent resistor; 1.3.6 Photodiode; 1.3.7 Other semiconductor photodetectors; 1.3.8 Optical detectors; 1.3.9 Photomultiplier; 1.3.10 Review questions; Chapter 1.4. Position and motion; 1.4.1 Mechanical switch; 1.4.2 Potentiometric sensor; 1.4.3 Capacitive transducer; 1.4.4 LVDT
1.4.5 Angular velocity transducer1.4.6 Position sensitive diode array; 1.4.7 Motion control; 1.4.9 Review questions; Chapter 1.5. Force, pressure and flow; 1.5.1 Strain gauge; 1.5.2 Force; 1.5.3 Piezoelectric sensor instrumentation; 1.5.4 Acceleration and vibration; 1.5.5 Mass; 1.5.6 Atmospheric pressure; 1.5.7 Pressure; 1.5.8 Industrial pressure measurement; 1.5.9 Sound; 1.5.10 Flow; 1.5.11 Level; 1.5.12 Review questions; Part 2: Interfacing; Chapter 2.1. Number systems; 2.1.1 Binary number system; 2.1.2 Decimal to binary conversion; 2.1.3 Hexadecimal; 2.1.4 Decimal to hex conversion
2.1.5 2's complement2.1.6 Signed numbers; 2.1.7 Subtraction and multiplication; 2.1.8 Binary coded decimal; 2.1.9 Gray code; 2.1.10 ASCII code; 2.1.11 Boolean algebra; 2.1.12 Digital logic circuits; 2.1.13 Review questions; 2.1.14 Activities; Chapter 2.2. Computer architecture; 2.2.1 Computer architecture; 2.2.2 Memory; 2.2.3 Segmented memory; 2.2.4 Memory data; 2.2.5 Buffers; 2.2.6 Latches; 2.2.7 Flip-flop; 2.2.8 Input/Output (I/O); 2.2.9 Microprocessor unit (MPU/CPU); 2.2.10 Registers; 2.2.11 ROM; 2.2.12 Interrupts; 2.2.13 Memory map; 2.2.14 Real and protected mode CPU operation
2.2.15 Review questions2.2.16 Activities; Chapter 2.3. Assembly language; 2.3.1 Instruction set; 2.3.2 Assembly language; 2.3.3 Program execution; 2.3.4 Assembly language program structure; 2.3.5 Assembler directives; 2.3.6 Code segment; 2.3.7 Assembly language shell program; 2.3.8 Branching; 2.3.9 Register and immediate addressing; 2.3.10 Memory addressing; 2.3.11 Indirect memory addressing; 2.3.12 Indexed memory addressing; 2.3.14 Interrupts; 2.3.15 Review questions; 2.3.16 Activities; Chapter 2.4. Interfacing; 2.4.1 Interfacing; 2.4.2 Input/Output ports; 2.4.3 Polling; 2.4.4 Interrupts
2.4.5 Direct memory access (DMA)
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