Newnes Dictionary of Electronics, Fourth Edition by S W Amos, Roger Amos B.Sc B.D. M.I.S.T.C.

By S W Amos, Roger Amos B.Sc B.D. M.I.S.T.C.

The revised variation of the Newnes Dictionary of Electronics contains a significant new part dedicated to acronyms and abbreviations. So in case you imagine you recognize the that means of ADDER, LAP, FIB, SPICE or computer virus, we advise you register the Newnes Dictionary of Electronics first. *A concise word list for electronics, television, radio and computing*Ideal for engineers, scholars and enthusiasts*Includes a convenient appendix of acronyms

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The advantage of the binary-coded decimal system is that large decimal numbers can be recognised immediately from their BCD coding once the binary equivalent of the decimal numbers from 0 to 9 are known. g. in numerical coding the two possible values may be 0 and 1, the digits of the binary scale. binary counter A circuit which gives one output pulse for every two input pulses. If the input pulses are irregular the circuit is usually regarded as a counter but if they are regular the circuit is generally regarded as a frequency divider.

Carrier suppression A system of AM radio transmission in which the carrier wave is not transmitted or is transmitted at very low level. This is permissible because the information to be transmitted is carried in the sidebands. At the receiving end the carrier must be re-introduced to make detection possible and a suitable signal is generated locally for this purpose. carrier wave A continuous wave, usually sinusoidal, of constant amplitude and frequency and intended for angle or amplitude modulation.

A backward wave set up in the tube gains energy from the electron beam and the tube can sustain oscillation when the electron-beam velocity equals the wave velocity along the tube. The frequency of oscillation can be adjusted by varying the electron-gun anode voltage and this gives a wider range of control than is possible with the klystron or a conventional travelling-wave tube. Power outputs of 900 mW are obtainable over a frequency range of 2500 to 5000 MHz. 3: this represents in fact an O-type carcinotron.

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