Part of the McGraw-Hill Core Concepts Series, Modern Digital Electronics is an ideal textbook for a course on digital electronics at the undergraduate level. The text introduces digital systems and techniques through a bottom-up approach that allows users to start out with the basics of integrated circuits/circuit design and delve into topics such as digital design, flip flops, A/D and D/A. The book then moves on to explore elements of complex digital circuits with material like FPGAs, PLDs, PLAs, and more. Rich pedagogical features include review questions with answers, a glossary of key terms, a large number of solved examples, and numerous practice problems.
This is a concise, less expensive alternative to other digital logic designs.
This series is edited by Dick Dorf.
Details Modern Digital Electronics
|Title||Modern Digital Electronics|
|Release Date||21st Aug 2006|