Automotive Oscilloscope book

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Automotive Oscilloscope book

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Anyone read it, what did you think of it!

https://wordery.com/automotive-oscillos ... 0992949266

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Re: Automotive Oscilloscope book

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No.

Save your money

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Cut above learning, imvvho.

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Re: Automotive Oscilloscope book

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I'll buy it. I don't like subscriptions.

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Re: Automotive Oscilloscope book

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I thought I'd buy it also, he also does some other titles like A/C and Master Technician training, so thought I'd buy the MTT at the same time, should serve me well if he is providing up to date technology!

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Re: Automotive Oscilloscope book

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There is great ebook by Brandon Steckler 'Pressure Waveform Acquisition and Analysis from the Inside Out '
Very detailed information with case study.

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Re: Automotive Oscilloscope book

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Also available in print. The problem with books written by individuals is that the "slang" (if that is the correct word to use) is personal to the people writing the book, which not all people can or will understand it. What is missing from the automotive industry, and has been missing for more than 30 years is the "Industry agreed terminology". I found Brandon's book very informative and is a good book by any stretch of the imagination, but some words he uses I can't decide what he means!

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