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    Digital Electronics

    ISBN-10: 1439060002
    ISBN-13: 9781439060001
    Author(s): Robert Dueck, Ken Reid
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    Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
    Binding: Hardcover
    Pages: 464
    Size: 8.70" wide x 11.20" long x 1.00" tall
    Weight: 3.036
    Language: English

    Professor Ken Reid is a Research Professor in Education at Swansea Metropolitan University, where he was Deputy Vice Chancellor for fifteen years. He is the author or co-author of numerous books on education on a wide range of subjects including teacher education, severely handicapped pupils, initial teacher education, the probationary year, behaviour management, helping troubled pupils, truancy and school absenteeism, disaffection, effective schooling, school organisation and staff development.He is also the National President of SEBDA. He contributes regularly to television and radio programmes and writes regular monthly columns for The Education Journal and TES Cymru .He was awarded an OBE in this year�s New Years HonoursNicola S. Morgan is a full-time Consultant on behaviour management. She is also the author of Behaviour Management Ideas for the Classroom (Jessica Kingsley, 2009).

    Electrical Safety and Components
    Electrical Safety
    Working with Electricity
    Static Electricity
    Voltage and Current in Electronics
    Other Safety Issues
    Component identification
    Resistors
    Capacitors
    Electronic Assemblies
    Solder
    Soldering
    Quality Solder Connections
    Introduction to Electricity
    SI notation
    Atomic Structure
    Atoms and Electricity
    Voltage, Current, and Resistance
    Conductors and Insulators
    Ohm's Law
    Kirchhoff's Voltage and Current Laws
    Breadboarding
    Circuit Design Software
    Basic Principles of Digital Systems
    Digital vs
    Analog Electronics
    Digital Logic Levels
    The Binary Number System
    Positional Notation
    Binary Inputs
    Decimal-to-Binary Conversion
    Sum of Powers of 2
    Repeated Division by 2
    Hexadecimal Numbers
    Counting in Hexadecimal
    Hexadecimal-to-Decimal Conversion
    Decimal-to-Hexadecimal Conversion
    Sum of Weighted Hexadecimal Digits
    Conversions Between Hexadecimal and Binary
    Digital Waveforms
    Periodic Waveforms
    Aperiodic Waveforms
    Pulse Waveforms
    Logic Functions and Gates
    Basic Logic Functions
    NOT, AND, and OR Functions
    NOT Function
    AND Function
    OR Function
    Active Levels
    Derived Logic Functions
    NAND and NOR Functions
    Expanding NAND and NOR Functions
    NAND and NOR Gates as Inverters
    Exclusive OR and Exclusive NOR Functions
    DeMorgan's Theorems and Gate Equivalence
    Logic Switches and LED Indicators
    Logic Switches
    LED Indicators
    Enable and Inhibit Properties of Logic Gates
    AND and OR Gates
    NAND and NOR Gates
    Exclusive OR and Exclusive NOR Gates
    Tristate Buffers
    Octal Tristate Buffers
    Integrated Circuit Logic Gates
    Combinational Logic
    Boolean Expressions, Logic Diagrams, and Truth Tables
    Boolean Expressions from Logic Diagrams
    Logic Diagrams from Boolean Expressions
    Truth Tables from Logic Diagrams or Boolean Expressions
    Sum-of-Products (SOP) and Product-of-Sums (POS) Forms
    Simplifying SOP Expressions
    Reducing Product Terms by Factoring and Cancellation
    Reusing Product Terms
    Avoiding Redundant Terms
    Simplification by the Karnaugh Map Method
    Two-Variable Map
    Three- and Four-Variable Maps
    Grouping Cells Along Outside Edges
    Loading a K-Map from a Truth Table
    Multiple Groups
    Overlapping Groups
    Conditions for Maximum Simplification
    Don't Care States
    Simplification by DeMorgan Equivalent Gates
    A General Approach to Logic Circuit Design
    Combinational Logic Functions
    Decoders
    AND and NAND Gates as Decoders
    Binary Decoders
    Seven Segment Decoders
    Encoders
    Priority Encoders
    Multiplexers
    Demultiplexers
    Parity Generators and Checkers
    Troubleshooting Combinational Logic Functions
    Digital Arithmetic Circuits
    Binary Sums and Differences
    Signed Binary Numbers
    Two's Complement Arithmetic
    Half and Full Adders
    Parallel Binary Adders
    Two's Complement Adder/Subtractor
    Digital System Application
    Problem-Solving Techniques
    Sample Application: a Small Calculator
    Components of the Calculator
    Troubleshooting
    Sequential Logic Functions
    SR Latches
    NAND and NOR Latches
    D-type Latches
    Edge-Triggered D Flip-Flops
    Edge-Triggered JK Flip-Flops
    Digital Counters
    Basic Concepts of Digital Counters
    Full-Sequence Binary Counters
    Truncated-Sequence (Modulus) Counters
    Asynchronous Counters
    Flip-Flop-based Asynchronous counters
    MSI Asynchronous Counters
    Synchronous Counters
    Flip-Flop-based Synchronous counters
    Auxiliary Functions: Load, Clear, Direction (Up/Down)
    MSI Synchronous Counters
    Predesigned Counters for PLDs
    State Machine Design
    State Machines
    Moore Machines
    Mealy Machines
    State Machines with No Control Inputs
    State Machines with Control Inputs
    Designing a Single-Pulse Generator
    Traffic Light Controller
    Memory Systems
    Multisim�, Xilinx“, and Altera“ Tutorials

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