Digital fundamentals

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Prentice Hall, 2003 - Technology & Engineering - 942 pages
This bestseller provides thorough, up-to-date coverage of digital fundamentals, from basic concepts to microprocessors, programmable logic, and digital signal processing. Its vivid full-color format is packed with photographs, illustrations, tables, charts, and graphs; valuable visual aids that today's user needs to understand this often complex computer application. This clearly-written, easily accessible book covers the fundamentals of digital processing, and includes such topics as number systems, operations, and codes; logic gates; boolean algebra; combinational logic and programming with ABEL; flip-flops, counters, and shift registers; memory and storage; digital signal processing, and an introduction to microprocessors, computers, and buses. For those in the computer industry where a knowledge of introductory digital programming is essential.

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CHAPTER OUTLINE CHAPTER OBJECTIVES
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Introductory Digital Concepts
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