Digital Measurement Books


We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Digital Measurement subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Digital Measurement along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Digital Measurement subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on “Digital Measurement” as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

List of Digital Measurement Books with author’s names, publishers, and an unbiased review as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books.

1. “Digital Optical Measurement: Techniques and Applications” by Rastogi Pramod

“Digital Optical Measurement: Techniques and Applications” Book Review: This book demonstrates the principles and applications of modern day digital optical measurement techniques. A brief introduction to the concepts of digital optical metrology is followed by a thorough examination of their applications. Readers will learn to identify appropriate techniques according to measurement requirements and evaluate modern digital measurement systems. Numerous illustrations and examples are provided to facilitate better understanding of the subject.

2. “Digital Measurement Techniques” by T S Rathore

“Digital Measurement Techniques” Book Review: The second edition of the highly successful text is intended for use as an introductory course or a second course in Instrumentation. The book introduces software-controlled measurements, time interval measurement when the two events occur arbitrarily, and to indicate the order of occurrence, as well as a practical set up for the time interval measurement in the first part of the book. Measurement of low-frequencies in a narrow band, decibel meter, input circuitry of a frequency counter, and multi-phase sequence indicator are covered in the subsequent chapters. The book concludes with the basics of ac bridges, quality and dissipation factor measurement by phase compensation technique, and impedance measurement in the Cartesian coordinate form. Solved examples and exercise problems are included to hone the reader’s skills.

3. “Digital Timing Measurements: From Scopes and Probes to Timing and Jitter” by Wolfgang Maichen

“Digital Timing Measurements: From Scopes and Probes to Timing and Jitter” Book Review: This book offers a concise overview on all the practical aspects of the instrumentation, signal integrity, statistics, measurement techniques, and jitter & timing concepts of accurate digital timing measurements. Readers can learn about the design, verification, characterization, as well as the applications of digital timing measurements in electronic circuits.

4. “Digital Communications Test and Measurement: High-Speed Physical Layer Characterization” by Dennis Derickson and Marcus Müller

“Digital Communications Test and Measurement: High-Speed Physical Layer Characterization” Book Review: This book presents a comprehensive coverage of the physical layer test and measurement of digital communication links. It covers the underlying principles of digital high-speed systems and the testing of its various aspects. Extensive coverage of jitter in high-speed networks, digital waveform analysis using high-bandwidth real-time and sampling oscilloscopes, bit error ratio measurements for electrical/optical links, and signal integrity from the measurement perspective. TDR/T and frequency domain-based alternatives are also included for channel and system characterization. clock recovery, phase locked loops, jitter tolerance and transfer functions, sensitivity testing, and stressed-waveform receiver testing are some of the aspects of receiver characterization that are explained. The book also provides optical sampling techniques for analysis of 100 Gbit/s + signals as well as a healthy discussion on PCIexpress, SATA, FB DIMM, and other testing & measuring PC architecture communication links.

5. “Digital CMO’s Guide to Marketing Measurement: Think Like a Subarminer for Operational Success” by Bryan S Semple and Karen Carter

“Digital CMO’s Guide to Marketing Measurement: Think like a Submariner for Operational Success” Book Review: This book gives a detailed treatment of the processes and measurements required to operate a real-time, high-velocity lead generation system for B2B marketers. The book also describes metrics about the structure of the marketing organization and its operational meeting cadence. Readers will get to know the ins-and-outs of a digital marketing organization after reading this book. This book will prove to be useful for CMOs who base their success on lead generation.

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