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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Introductory Digital Concepts
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2-input 2's complement ABCD ABEL active-LOW adder analog applied array basic binary code binary number block diagram Boolean expression byte cell Chapter clock pulse CMOS completing this section connected Convert counter CPLD data bus data inputs data output decimal number decoder Determine Digital System Application disk edge-triggered encoder example fixed-function flip-flop FPGA frequency Gray code hexadecimal HIGH implemented indicated instructions inverter J-K flip-flop Karnaugh map latch lines load logic circuit logic diagram logic gate logic symbol memory microprocessor multiplexer NAND gate OLMC one-shot operation output logic output waveform package parallel parity bit processor produces product term programmable logic devices propagation delay Q output Related Problem RESET sequence sequential logic serial shift register shown in Figure signal SOP expression SPLD SRAM storage stored switch synchronous transistor trigger Troubleshooting truth table variables voltage waveform