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4.0 out of 5 stars Good book, 8 Nov. 2008
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This review is from: PC-based Instrumentation: Concepts and Practice (Paperback)
This is a good book, although quite focused on the hardware side of the computer. It is very useful for learning how the internal structure of the PC works. However, it is not a book for beginners and it assumes you have some knowledge in electronics and programing. There is no real practical example of instrumentation situation, so it is not really a "recipies" book about how to interface with DAQ cards and sensors but rather a good and detailed description of the PC components. The first chapters are more about electronics and you will probably learn new things about sensors wiring. If you are already involved in instrumentation, this book will provide you good amount of information for a very good price.
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PC-based Instrumentation: Concepts and Practice by N. Mathivanan (Paperback - 8 April 2010)
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