Practical Programmable Circuits: A Guide to PLDs, State Machines, and Microcontrollers
This is a practical guide to programmable logic devices. It covers all devices related to PLD: PALs, PGAs, state machines, and microcontrollers. Usefulness is evaluated; support needed in order to effectively use the devices is discussed. All examples are based on real-world circuits.
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