Digital Logic Design

Digital Logic Design : Tutorial and Laboratory Exercises

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The perfect complement to computer architecture and logic texts. This widely praised tutorial and lab book gives practice in the fundamentals of digital logic and circuitry, with special emphasis on how the machine operates at the gate and register level. Presentation employs the TTL family of digital logic due to its wide availability and moderate cost. Exercises require the student to perform a simple designs and then implement them on hardware. Contains sufficient exercises for a 3-hour lab meeting, once a week, for a semester.
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  • Paperback | 128 pages
  • 213 x 278 x 7mm | 338g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0471603457
  • 9780471603450

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Digital Logic Design Tutorials and Laboratory Exercises
John F. Passafiume, Michael Douglas
"The material is excellent for an undergraduate laboratory. It is easy to follow and learn from. If covers the material in a well-organized, thorough way." --Saul Levy Rutgers University

"The laboratory exercises and questions at the end of each chapter are excellent. I am very much in favor of its publication." --Clinton Faulk Ohio State

Digital Logic Design: Tutorials and Laboratory Exercises has been designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of digital logic design and circuity. This timely manual presents enough textual material required to understand design principles and perform the numerous laboratory exercises. Passafiume and Douglas successfully bridge the gap often encountered when using separate text and lab books.
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Table of contents

Review of Fundamental Concepts and Introduction to the TTL Family. Basic Two-level Circuits. Implementation with One Gate Type. Expression Reduction Techniques. Important Combinatorial Networks--1. Important Combinatorial Networks--2. Latches and Flip-flops. Counters. State Sequencers and Controllers. Registers. Appendix A: Boolean Algebra. Appendix B: TTL Parts, Layout. Appendix C: References. Appendix D: Recommended Parts List and Lab Equipment.
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About John F. Passafiume

John Passafiume and Michael Douglas are the authors of Digital Logic Design: Tutorial and Laboratory Exercises, published by Wiley.
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