Synopses & Reviews
For the latest digital principles, techniques, and hardware, look no further than this up-to-date fifth edition! Practical, easy-to-understand coverage of the basics of digital design is provided, along with information on the necessary hardware to implement the design, and VHDL programming language for programming PLD devices. Everything from basic programming concepts to microprocessors and microcontrollers is featured, with updated coverage of CMOS sub-families and IC packages that reflect recent industry changes. The only book of its kind that includes both hands-on labs and MultiSIM computer-simulated labs, Digital Electronics, 5th Edition provides users with opportunities to apply theory in real-world situations while becoming familiar with computer simulation technology.
Electronics technicians will appreciate this unique, basic book on digital electronics. Written in a concise, easy-to-read style, it offers complete, real world coverage of the latest digital principles, techniques, and hardware. The only book that includes both hands-on labs and computer-simulated labs using Electronics Workbench, it includes everything from basic digital concepts to an introduction to microprocessors/microcontrollers.
About the Author
James Bignell received his BachelorÂ¿s and MasterÂ¿s degrees in Industrial Arts. He is a retired instructor from Manatee Community College with over 30 years of teaching experience. Robert Donovan is a full Professor and Program Manager of Electronics Engineering Technology at Manatee Community College. He has taught for over 20 years and also works in the industry at Precise Power Corporation as a research/development engineer.
Table of Contents
Number Systems. Logic Gates. Waveforms and Boolean Algebra. Exclusive_OR Gates. Adders. Specifications and Open-Collector Gates. Flip-flops. Master-Slave D and JK Flip-flops. Shift Registers. Counters. Schmitt-Trigger Inputs and Clocks. One-shots. Digital-to-Analog and Analog-to-Digital Conversions. Decoders, Multiplexers, Demultipliers, Demultiplexers, and Displays. Tri-State Gates and Interfacing to High Current. Memories and Introduction to Microcomputers.