Digital Logic Applications and Design

ISBN-10: 0314066756
ISBN-13: 9780314066756
Edition: 1st 1997
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Description: DIGITAL LOGIC offers the right balance of classical and up-to-date treatment of combinational and sequential logic design for a first digital logic design class. The author provides a thorough explanation of the design process, including completely  More...

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List price: $350.95
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Course Technology
Publication date: 9/11/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.432
Language: English

DIGITAL LOGIC offers the right balance of classical and up-to-date treatment of combinational and sequential logic design for a first digital logic design class. The author provides a thorough explanation of the design process, including completely worked examples beginning with simple examples and going on to problems of increasing complexity. This text contains PLD (Programmable Logic Design) coverage. Chapter 9 develops complete, worked EPROM, PLA, and EPLD design examples. The problems are developed in Chapter 7 as standard designs using SSI and MSI devices so that your students can see the difference between the two approaches.

Preface
Digital Concepts and Number Systems
Introduction
Digital and Analog: Basic Concepts
Some History of Digital Systems
Impact of Digital Technology on Society
Defining the Problem, an Introduction to Algorithms
Digital Systems Overview
Introduction to Number Systems
Positional Number Systems
Number System Conversion
Binary Codes
Arithmetic
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Boolean Switching Algebra
Introduction
Binary Logic Functions
Switching Algebra
Functionally Complete Operation Sets
Reduction of Switching Equations Using Boolean Algebra
Realization of Switching Functions
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Principles of Combined Logic
Introduction
Definition of Combinational Logic Introduction
Definition of Combinational Logic
Canonical Forms
Generation of Switching Equations from Truth Karnaugh Maps
Quine-McClusky Minimization Technique
Map-Entered Variables
Mixed Logic and Combinational Circuits
Multiple Output Functions
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Analysis and Design of Combinational Logic
Introduction
General Approach to Combinational Logic Design
Introduction to Digital Integrated Circuits
Decoders
Encoders
Digital Multiplexers
Adders and Subtractors Binary Comparison
Arithmetic Logic Units
Array Multipliers
Tristate Buffers
Combinatorial Logic Hazards
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Flip-Flops, Simple Counters, and Registers
Introduction
Sequential Circuit Models
Flip-Flops
Flip-Flop Timing Specifications
Simple Counters
MSI Integrated Circuit Counters
Registers
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Introduction to Sequential Circuits
Introduction
Mealy and Moore Models
State Machine Notation
Synchronous Sequential Circuit Analysis
Construction of State Diagrams
Counter Design
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Sequential Circuit Design
Introduction
State Equivalence
State Reduction of Incompletely Specified State Tables
State Assignment Techniques
Algorithm State Machines
Linked Sequential Machines
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Asynchronous Sequential Circuits
Introduction to Asynchronous Sequential Machines
Fundamentals and Pulse Mode Asynchronous Sequential Machines
Analysis of Asynchronous Sequential Machines
Deriving Flow Tables
State Assignment
Asynchronous Design Problems
Data Synchronizers
Mixed Operating Mode Asynchronous Circuits
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Programmable Logic and Memory
Introduction
Memory
Using an EPROM to Realize a Sequential Circuit
Programmable Logic Devices
Erasable Programmable Logic Devices
PLD Computer-Aided Design
Field Programmable Gate Arrays
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
Digital Integrated Circuits
Introduction
Diodes as Switches
Bipolar Transistor Switch
Diode Transistor Logic
Evolution from DTL to TTL
Transistor-Transistor Logic
Emitter-Coupled Logic
Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor
Summary
References
Glossary
Questions and Problems
TTL Analysis Spice Exercise
Answers to Odd-Numbered Questions and Problems
Index

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