Automotive Electronics Handbook, 2nd Edition


Automotive Electronics Handbook, 2nd Edition


Editor: Ronald K. Jurgen

Contributing author: Jeffrey N. Denenberg



Jeffrey Denenberg is a contributing author, Noise Canncellation Systems, Chapter 34.

Book description: Expert, A-to-Z coverage of every electronics system in today's cars. From antilock brakes to collision warning systems, automotive electronics figure prominently in the design of modern automobiles like never before. And, when it comes to taking you through this technology in an authoritative, accessible, one-stop format, no resource comes close to Jurgen's bestselling Automotive Electronics Handbook. Whether you're an electronic engineer, mechanical engineer, or a technicain working in the automotive industry or a related area, this indispensable reference is all you need to stay on top of the fast-moving world of automotive electronics. Featuring contributions from a "who's who" of experts from leading-edge companies like Chrysler, Bosch, Honda, Motorola, Intel, and Nissan, the revised and updated second edition builds on its successful predecessor's in-depth look at sensor and actuators, electronic systems, and components.



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Publication Information

Denenberg, Jeffrey N. (1999). "Noise Cancellation Systems," Chapter 34 in Automotive Electronics Handbook, 2nd Edition, Ronald K. Jurgen, ed., McGraw-Hill.


Copyright 1999 McGraw-Hill

Automotive Electronics Handbook, 2nd Edition