| About The Book Fundamentals Of Digital Circuits
The third edition of this well-received text continues to provide coherent and comprehensive coverage of digital circuits. Now, based on the readers demand, this new edition incorporates VHDL programs at the end of each chapter. It is designed for the undergraduate students pursuing courses in areas of engineering disciplines such as Electrical and Electronics, Electronics and Communication, Electronics and Instrumentation, Telecommunications, Medical Electronics, Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics, and Computers and Information Technology. It is also useful as a text for MCA, M.Sc. (Electronics) and M.Sc. (Computer Science) students. Appropriate for self study, the book is useful even for AMIE and grad IETE students.
Written in a student-friendly style, the book provides an excellent introduction to digital concepts and basic design techniques of digital circuits. It discusses Boolean algebra concepts and their application to digital circuitry, and elaborates on both combinational and sequential circuits. It provides numerous fully worked-out, laboratory tested examples to give students a solid grounding in the related design concepts. It includes a number of short questions with answers, review questions, fill in the blanks with answers, multiple choice questions with answers and exercise problems at the end of each chapter.
As the book requires only an elementary knowledge of electronics to understand most of the topics, it can also serve as a textbook for the students of polytechnics, B.Sc. (Electronics) and B.Sc. (Computer Science).
Table of Contents:
Preface Symbols, Notations
2 Number Systems
3 Binary Codes
4 Logic Gates
5 Boolean Algebra
6 Minimization of Switching Functions
7 Combinational Logic Design
8 Programmable Logic Devices
9 Threshold Logic
11 Shift Registers
13 Sequential Circuits-I
14 Sequential Circuits-II
15 Algorithmic State Machines
16 Logic Families
17 Analog-to-Digital and Digital-to-Analog Converters
19 Timing Circuits and Display Devices