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Digital Electronics Hardcover – Jan 2000
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Number Systems. Logic Gates. Waveforms and Boolean Algebra. Exclusive_OR Gates. Adders. Specifications and Open-Collector Gates. Flip-flops. Master-Slave D and JK Flip-flops. Shift Registers. Counters. Schmitt-Trigger Inputs and Clocks. One-shots. Digital-to-Analog and Analog-to-Digital Conversions. Decoders, Multiplexers, Demultipliers, Demultiplexers, and Displays. Tri-State Gates and Interfacing to High Current. Memories and Introduction to Microcomputers. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
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The basics of digital electronics are covered in a concise, easy-to-read style.
Hands-on labs and computer-simulated labs at the ends of chapters give you the opportunity to troubleshoot in traditional lab settings and in labs using Electronics Workbench.
The book has up-to-date coverage of Programmable Logic Devices, GALs, Intel, Motorola, and microcontrollers.
Electronics Workbench exercises help you become familiar with computer simulation technology.
New features such as "Digital Applications" provide interesting information on new and relevant technologies and practical tips.
The integrated coverage of Programmable Logic Devices keeps user current with the latest digital technologies and shows how they are programmed in each chapter.
New Troubleshooting sections in each chapter emphasize troubleshooting procedures and techniques so that you can develop and master this important skill.See all Product Description
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The lab book that goes along with this text is a horror show. Breadboarding the complex circuits is time consuming and subject to error. That winds up being the focus of the exercise; just getting the circuits to operate. There's not near enough emphasis on examining operation of the circuits once they're built. Students would be better served by a course that teaches fundamentals very thoroughly, instead of taking a cursory approach to teaching a whole bunch of stuff. There are also numerous errors in the lab book, which makes it even more frustrating.
I've spent some time looking for a good course on the subject and have yet to find one. It just doesn't seem as if acadameia has figured out how to deal with this subject.