Electronics / Digital
by K.F. Cathey, R.D. Mitchell, R.W. Tinnell, D.A. Yeager
Publisher: Delmar Publishers 1972
Number of pages: 317
The book is intended to provide meaningful experience in digital circuit analysis for students of modern technology. The topics included provide exposure to: basic principles of digital logic, logic gates, flip-flops and other circuits, as well as to basic digital systems.
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by James M. Fiore - Mohawk Valley Community College
The book progresses from the fundamental circuit building blocks through to analog/digital conversion systems. The text is intended for use in a second year Operational Amplifiers course at the Associate level, or for a junior level course.
by Charles W. Kann - Gettysburg College
This text introduces the most important digital circuits: adders, decoders, multiplexers, D flip-flops, and simple state machines. The textbook puts the ability to understand these circuits into the hands of hobbyists or Computer Science students.
by Forrest M. Mims III - Radio Shack
This book includes standard application circuits and circuits designed by the author. Each circuit was assembled and tested as the book was developed. After the book was completed, the author reassembled each circuit to check for errors.
by Jim Williams - Cahners Pub. Co.
Analog design is not dead. Neither is interest in it. Although digital design techniques have become the primary focus of most magazines, the need for linear applications remains strong. Designers continue to make significant advances in linear ICs.