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Dan P. Bullard has worked in electronics since 1976. He was educated at Delta Junior College in Stockton California and US Navy Electronics Technician school in Great Lakes Illinois. Dan was always at the top of his class and proved his deep understanding of electronics over and over again at US Navy installations at San Nicolas Island California, Harold E. Holt Communications Station in Exmouth Western Australia, and Mare Island Cryptographic Technical School in Vallejo California as well as in the private sector at Technical Training Center, GenRad, Credence Systems Corporation, Schlumberger, Intel, Nextest Systems Corporation, Maxim Integrated Products, and Tektronix.
Dan is an expert at Digital Signal Processing, holds a patent in Smart Card/RFID testing and has been published in various electronic trade magazines as well as Houseboat Magazine. Dan has a YouTube channel that specializes in electronic topics and owns the domain www.danbullard.com where you can find many articles, tutorials, animations, and videos on electronic topics.


The Cause Of Harmonics And The Lie Of THD

Authored by Dan P Bullard
Edition: 1

Where do harmonics come from? Distortion, right? But how? What creates harmonics? What kind of distortion causes which harmonics? Is there any way to reconcile a good THD spec but poor quality sound? Is THD, a specification derived in the 1950s, really the right way to assign a stamp of quality to an electronic product designed and produced 60 years later? This book answers all those questions to show that your professors lied to you. They had no answer to the question of where harmonics come from other than "distortion".
Filled with new information using the latest techniques in Digital Signal Processing and new, low noise instrumentation, and filled with hyperlinks to videos proving its case, this book breaks new ground in proving that harmonic distortion can be explained by one simple formula.

Publication Date:
1511628456 / 9781511628457
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8.5" x 11"
Full Color
Related Categories:
Technology & Engineering / Electronics / General

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