Easy-to-read book on practical electronics

There is a book for non-EEs that explains (in easy-to-read and
easy-to-understand form) electronics, for people supplying things to
that industry. Also covered is electrical
equipment that we have to use in labs and factories. Included are
elec. motors, three-phase transformers, ground loop problems in
instrumentation, elec'l. noise, SIMPLE(!) transistor circuits for
making signals stronger, etc., etc. See customer revu at amazon:
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You can probably buy a used copy cheaper than new, via amazon, since
this has been used as a college (and vocational sch.) textbook, and
students often sell those (to buy more beer!), even tho they really
should keep texts like this, for use when they go to work.
Dan Shanefield, the author of this book
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