Best Reference Books – Sensors and Signal Conditioning

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

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1. “Sensors and Signal Conditioning” by Ramon Pallas-Areny and John G Webster

“Sensors and Signal Conditioning” Book Review: This book brings you up to speed on the latest advances in sensor technology, addressing both the explosive growth in the use of microsensors and improvements made in classical macro sensors. They continue to offer the only combined treatment for both sensors and the signal-conditioning circuits associated with them, following the discussion of a given sensor and its applications with signal-conditioning methods for this type of sensor. New and expanded coverage includes: New sections on sensor materials and microsensor technology, Basic measurement methods and primary sensors for common physical quantities, A wide range of new sensors, from magnetoresistive sensors and SQUIDs to biosensors, The widely used velocity sensors, fiber-optic sensors, and chemical sensors, Variable CMOS oscillators and other digital and intelligent sensors, 68 worked-out examples and 103 end-of-chapter problems with annotated solutions.

2. “Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation, Second Edition (Biomedical Engineering)” by Robert B Northrop

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“Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation, Second Edition (Biomedical Engineering)” Book Review: This book demonstrates how op amps are the keystone of modern analog signal conditioning system design and illustrates how they can be used to build instrumentation amplifiers, active filters, and many other biomedical instrumentation systems and subsystems. It introduces the mathematical tools used to describe noise and its propagation through linear systems, and it looks at how signal-to-noise ratios can be improved by signal averaging and linear filtering. This book analyzes the properties of photonic sensors and emitters and the circuits that power them, Details the design of instrumentation amplifiers and medical isolation amplifiers, Considers the modulation and demodulation of biomedical signals, Examines analog power amplifiers, including power op amps and class D (switched) PAs, Describes wireless patient monitoring, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth communication protocols, Explores RFID, GPS, and ultrasonic tags and the design of fractal antennas and addresses special analog electronic circuits and systems such as phase-sensitive rectifiers, phase detectors, and IC thermometers.

3. “Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation (Biomedical Engineering)” by Robert B Northrop

“Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation (Biomedical Engineering)” Book Review: Analysis and Application of Analog Electronic Circuits to Biomedical Instrumentation, Second Edition helps biomedical engineers understand the basic analog electronic circuits used for signal conditioning in biomedical instruments. It explains the function and design of signal conditioning systems using analog ICs—the circuits that enable ECG, EEG, EMG, ERG, tomographic images, biochemical spectrograms, and other crucial medical applications. This book demonstrates how op amps are the keystone of modern analog signal conditioning system design and illustrates how they can be used to build instrumentation amplifiers, active filters, and many other biomedical instrumentation systems and subsystems. It introduces the mathematical tools used to describe noise and its propagation through linear systems, and it looks at how signal-to-noise ratios can be improved by signal averaging and linear filtering.

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4. “Advanced Interfacing Techniques for Sensors: Measurement Circuits and Systems for Intelligent Sensors (Smart Sensors, Measurement and Instrumentation)” by Boby George and Joyanta Kumar Roy

“Advanced Interfacing Techniques for Sensors: Measurement Circuits and Systems for Intelligent Sensors (Smart Sensors, Measurement and Instrumentation)” Book Review: This book presents ways of interfacing sensors to the digital world, and discusses the marriage between sensor systems and the IoT: the opportunities and challenges. As sensor output is often affected by noise and interference, the book presents effective schemes for recovering the data from a signal that is buried in noise. It also explores interesting applications in the area of health care, un-obstructive monitoring and the electronic nose and tongue. It is a valuable resource for engineers and scientists in the area of sensors and interfacing wanting to update their knowledge of the latest developments in the field and learn more about sensing applications and challenges.

5. “Resistive, Capacitive, Inductive, and Magnetic Sensor Technologies (Series in Sensors Book 13)” by Winncy Y Du

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“Resistive, Capacitive, Inductive, and Magnetic Sensor Technologies (Series in Sensors Book 13)” Book Review: This book examines existing, new, and novel sensor technologies and—through real-world examples, sample problems, and practical exercises—illustrates how the related science and engineering principles can be applied across multiple disciplines, offering greater insight into various sensors’ operating mechanisms and practical functions. The book assists readers in understanding resistive, capacitive, inductive, and magnetic (RCIM) sensors, as well as sensors with similar design concepts, characteristics, and circuitry. It is a complete and comprehensive overview of RCIM sensing technologies. It takes a unique approach in describing a broad range of sensing technologies and their diverse applications by first reviewing the necessary physics, and then explaining the sensors’ intrinsic mechanisms, distinctive designs, materials and manufacturing methods, associated noise types, signal conditioning circuitry, and practical applications. It provides cutting-edge information useful to students, researchers, scientists, and practicing professionals involved in the design and application of sensor-based products in fields such as biomedical engineering, mechatronics, robotics, aerospace, and beyond.

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