Digital systems: principles and applications, Issue 1

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Education - 881 pages
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For an introduction to digital systems in two- and four-year programs in technology, engineering, and computer science. While a background in basic electronics is helpful, the majority of the material requires no electronics training. Tocci and Widmer use a block diagram approach to basic logic operations, to enable students to have a firm understanding of logic principles before they study the electrical characteristics of the logic ICs. For each new device or circuit, the authors describe the principle of the operation, give thorough examples, and then show its actual application.

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CONTENTS IN BRIEF CHAPTER 1 Introductory Concepts
Number Systems and Codes
Number Systems and Codes

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About the author (2001)

NEAL WIDMER (West Lafayette, IN) is a Professor of electronics at Purdue University.

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