Electronic Measurements

Electronic Measurements

A Practical Approach

Farzin Asadi, Kei Eguchi

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Measurement is the process of obtaining the magnitude of a quantity relative to an agreed standard. Electronic measurement, which is the subject of this book, is the measurement of electronic quantities like voltage, current, resistance, inductance, and capacitance, to name a few. This book provides practical information concerning the techniques in electronic measurements and knowledge on how to use the electronic measuring instruments appropriately. The book is composed of five chapters. Chapter 1 focuses on digital multimeters. You will learn how to use it for measurement of AC/DC voltages/currents, resistance, connection test, and diode forward voltage drop test. Chapter 2 focuses on power supplies. Although power supplies are not a measurement device, they have an undeniable role in many measurements. So, being able to use power supplies correctly is quite important. Chapter 3 focuses on function generators. Like the power supplies, the function generators are not a measurement device in the first look. However, they play a very important role in many electronic measurements. So, being able to use a function generator correctly is an important skill any technician or engineer needs. Chapter 4 focuses on oscilloscopes. These days, digital oscilloscopes are the most commonly used tool in both industry and university. Because of this, this chapter focuses on digital oscilloscopes not on the analog ones which are almost obsolete. Chapter 5 focuses on drawing graph of data you obtained from your measurement. Visualization of data is very important in practical works. This chapter show how you can use MATLAB® for drawing the graph of your measurements. This book could be used a laboratory supplement for students of electrical/mechanical/mechatronics engineering, for technicians in the field of electrical/electronics engineering, and for anyone who is interested to make electronic circuits.


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Farzin Asadi:
Farzin Asadi received his B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering, his M.Sc. in Control Engineering, and his Ph.D. in Mechatronics Engineering. Currently, he is with the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey. Dr. Asadi has published more than 40 international papers and 13 books. He is on the editorial board of seven scientific journals as well. His research interests include switching converters, control theory, robust control of power electronics converters, and robotics.Kei Eguchi received his B.Eng., M.Eng., and D.Eng. degrees from Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan, in 1994, 1996, and 1999, respectively. His research interests include nonlinear dynamical systems, intelligent circuits and systems, and low voltage analog integrated circuits. From 1999–2006, he was an Associate Professor and a Lecturer in Kumamoto National College of Technology. From 2006–2012, he was an Associate Professor in Shizuoka University. In 2012, he joined the faculty of Fukuoka Institute of Technology, where he is now a Professor. Prof. Dr. Eguchi received ICICIC2018 Best Paper Award, IETNR-18 Oral Best Paper Award, ICICIC2017 Best Paper Award, ICICIC2016 Best Paper Award, ICEEI2016 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, ICIAE2016 Best Presentation Award, ICEESE2016 Best Presenter Award, ICIAE2015 Best Presentation Award, ICPEE2014 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, iCABSE2014 Excellent Paper Award, KKU-IENC2014 Outstanding Paper Award, ICEEN2014 Excellent Paper Award, JTL-AEME2013 Best Paper Award, ICTEEP2013 Best Session Paper Award, 2010 Takayanagi Research Encourage Award, 2010 Paper Award of Japan Society of Technology Education, ICICIC2009 Best Paper Award, and ICINIS2009 Outstanding Contribution Award. He is a senior member of IEEJ and a member of INASS and JSTE.|||Farzin Asadi received his B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering, his M.Sc. in Control Engineering, and his Ph.D. in Mechatronics Engineering. Currently, he is with the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at the Maltepe University, Istanbul, Turkey. Dr. Asadi has published more than 40 international papers and 13 books. He is on the editorial board of seven scientific journals as well. His research interests include switching converters, control theory, robust control of power electronics converters, and robotics.Kei Eguchi received his B.Eng., M.Eng., and D.Eng. degrees from Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan, in 1994, 1996, and 1999, respectively. His research interests include nonlinear dynamical systems, intelligent circuits and systems, and low voltage analog integrated circuits. From 1999–2006, he was an Associate Professor and a Lecturer in Kumamoto National College of Technology. From 2006–2012, he was an Associate Professor in Shizuoka University. In 2012, he joined the faculty of Fukuoka Institute of Technology, where he is now a Professor. Prof. Dr. Eguchi received ICICIC2018 Best Paper Award, IETNR-18 Oral Best Paper Award, ICICIC2017 Best Paper Award, ICICIC2016 Best Paper Award, ICEEI2016 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, ICIAE2016 Best Presentation Award, ICEESE2016 Best Presenter Award, ICIAE2015 Best Presentation Award, ICPEE2014 Excellent Oral Presentation Award, iCABSE2014 Excellent Paper Award, KKU-IENC2014 Outstanding Paper Award, ICEEN2014 Excellent Paper Award, JTL-AEME2013 Best Paper Award, ICTEEP2013 Best Session Paper Award, 2010 Takayanagi Research Encourage Award, 2010 Paper Award of Japan Society of Technology Education, ICICIC2009 Best Paper Award, and ICINIS2009 Outstanding Contribution Award. He is a senior member of IEEJ and a member of INASS and JSTE.

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