The “Analog Electronic Instrumentation Handbook” shared by Electrical Engineering XYZ is an essential resource for engineers and enthusiasts seeking comprehensive guidance on analog instrumentation. This authoritative handbook covers a wide range of topics, from circuit design to measurement techniques, offering invaluable insights and practical knowledge for successful electronic instrumentation projects.
An “analog” electronic signal is a voltage or current proportionate to the value of some physical measurement or control quantity. An instrument is often classified as being “analog” simply by virtue of using an analog signal standard to communicate information, even if the internal construction and design of the instrument may be mostly digital in nature. This is to distinguish such instruments from those making use of no analog electronic signals at all (e.g. wireless or Fieldbus instruments).