Electronic Circuit Guidebook: Electro-optics v. 4
A discussion of electro-optics, this volume is mostly about E-O sensors - those electronic transducers that convert light waves into a proportional voltage, current or resistance. The coverage of the sensors is wide enough to allow the reader to understand the physics behind the theory of operation of the device, and also the circuits used to make these sensors into useful devices. The book is designed to teach the physics and operation of E-O devices, then proceed to circuits and methods for actual application of the devices in real situations.
- Paperback | 406 pages
- 186.2 x 231.6 x 21.6mm | 671.33g
- 01 Dec 1997
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Delmar Cengage Learning
- Clifton Park, United States
Table of contents
Introduction to light and electro-optics; more light physics; mirrors, prisms and lenses; photoemissive sensors - phototubes and photomultiplier tubes; light sources; photoconductive cells; photovoltaic cells; photodiodes and phototransistors; optoisolators, optocouplers and optoswitches; electronics amplifiers for electro-optical circuits; electro-optical medical instruments; integrated circuit electro-optical sensors; X-ray sources and radiation detectors; lasers; fibre optic technology; television sensor tubes; more optical instruments; optical sensor resolution improvement techniques.