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Publication Date: 1999
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
David Bates, Gordon Rockmaker, Sharon Ferrett, Paul Zbar
Designed for use in traditional DC/AC courses, this text serves equally well as a stand-alone introductory text and lab manual or as a lab manual for use with any basic theory text. The content of this text/lab manual is prepared with the technical assistance of the Electronic Industries Association, guaranteeing that the material is consistent with the competencies of the electronics manufacturing and service industries.David Bates is the author of 'BASIC ELECTRICITY: A Text-Lab Manual 7/e', published 1999 under ISBN 9780078212758 and ISBN 0078212758.
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