PC Hardware Projects: v.1

PC Hardware Projects: v.1

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Now you can create your own PC-based digital design workstation! As an electronics hobbyist and PC owner, you probably own a digital multimeter and a logic probe. These inexpensive test and measurement instruments provide enough test "muscle" for many tasks, but just don't have enough capability for serious work in the world of digital electronics. What you really need are a logic analyzer and a multipath continuity tester - key tools for troubleshooting digital circuits and testing your printer, fax, modem, and other multiconductor cables. Using commonly available components and standard construction techniques, PC Hardware Projects, Volume 1 will guide you through the construction of an 8-In/8-Out channel logic analyzer (8/8CLA) and a 25-line multipath continuity tester (MCT25). Once you're done, you'll be able to put them to immediate use with the full-featured software included with the book. You will also be able to combine the 8/8CLA, the MCT25, an appropriate power supply, and a prototyping solderless breadboard system into a single digital workstation interface. PC Hardware Projects, Volume 1 guides you through every step of the construction process, and shows you how to check your progress. So, get out your soldering iron and follow PC Hardware Projects, Volume 1 to build two neat accessories for your PC!
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 185.4 x 231.1 x 17.8mm | 453.6g
  • Delmar Cengage Learning
  • Clifton Park, United States
  • English
  • 079061104X
  • 9780790611044

Table of contents

Introduction, the logic analyser, the multipath continuity tester, permutations, and combinations; core parts, hard-wired interconnects, tip jacks and plug interconnects, additional parts, integrated system components, parallel port connection selector, the power supply, the prototyping area, and the integrated system case; construction techniques refresher, soldering, the solder joint, the right solder, the soldering iron, wire preparation, stripping tools, tinning, uninsulated jumpers, and component handling; building the 8/8CLA logic analyzer; using the 8/8CLA; building the MCT25 multiconductor continuity tester; using the MCT25; the parallel port connection selector; the power supply; building a stand-alone case; building the integrated system case; 8/8CLA theory of operation; MCT25 theory of operation; technical details of the 8/8CLA software; technical details of the MCT25 software.
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