The Science of Electronics: Digital
Providing clear and complete coverage of fundamental plus state-of-the-art topics The Science of Electronics contains many excellent features. The approach is to present the essential elements of digital technology in a very clear and simple format. Concepts are well illustrated by many worked-out examples and figures. In addition to fundamental topics, advanced areas of digital technology are also introduced. The relationship of technology to science is emphasized. Topics include digital quantities and functions; logic gates; arithmetic logic and processes; binary code and data logic; latches, flip-flops, and timers; counters; shift registers; programmable logic; computer basics; and introduction to digital signal processing. For the electronics technician that wants to review the basics; this is an excellent desk reference.
Specifications of The Science of Electronics: Digital
|Author||Thomas L. Floyd, David M. Buchla|
|Number Of Pages||496|
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