Complete Digital Design : A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Electronics and Computer System Architecture: A Comprehensive Guide to Digital Electronics and Computer System Architecture

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jun 20, 2003 - Computers - 460 pages
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This is a readable, hands-on self-tutorial through basic digital electronic design methods. The format and content allows readers faced with a design problem to understand its unique requirements and then research and evaluate the components and technologies required to solve it.

* Begins with basic design elements and expands into full systems
* Covers digital, analog, and full-system designs
* Features real world implementation of complete digital systems

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About the author (2003)

Mark Balch is an electrical engineer in Silicon Valley who designs high-performance computer-networking hardware. His responsibilities have included PCB, FPGA, and ASIC design. Prior to working in telecommunications, Mark designed products in the fields of HDTV, consumer electronics, and industrial computers.

In addition to his work in product design, Mark has actively participated in industry standards committees and has presented work at technical conferences. He has also authored magazine articles on topics in hardware and system design. Mark holds a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from The Cooper Union in New York City.

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