Digital Circuits: Logic and Design

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CRC Press, Mar 19, 1985 - Technology & Engineering - 232 pages
Written especially for a one-semester, introductory course on digital systems theory and design, Digital Circuits introduces the basics of both combinational and sequential circuits in a systematic, logical order of self-contained chapters. The text covers the arithmetical foundation of the digital world, Boolean algebra concepts and their application to electronic circuitry, minimization techniques of combinatorial digital circuits, the application of combinatorial circuit concepts to practical problems, sequential circuits and their characteristics and limitations, and methods of developing general sequential circuitry. Stressing real-life applications for digital circuit design, offering numerous worked-out examples, and presenting a unique appendix of experiments, this compact, uncluttered text is the ideal learning tool for undergraduate electrical engineering technology students; undergraduate electrical, mechanical, civil, or physics students studying digital service; professional seminars and in-house training programs on electronic logic circuits; and technicians and technologists in the field who need up-to-date information on digital systems. Book jacket.

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Boolean Algebra Truth Tables and Hardware
Logic Expressions and Minimization
Combinational Circuits and Their Implementation
Sequential Circuits
General Sequential Circuitry

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About the author (1985)

Ronald C. Emery is Professor and Chairman of the Electrical Engineering Technology Department, Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne, where he has taught since 1966

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