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TTL Cookbook

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ISBN-10: 0672210355

ISBN-13: 9780672210358

Edition: 1974

Authors: Don Lancaster

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List price: $29.99
Copyright year: 1974
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 3/1/1974
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Don Lancaster is the head of Synergetics, a prototyping and consulting firm that specializes in electronic design and micro applications. Lancaster has written many books about personal computers and electronics. Among the best known are the CMOS Cookbook and the TTL Cookbook, but he is also the author of The Hexadecimal Chronicles, The Active Filter Cookbook, The Cheap Video Cookbook, The Incredible Secret Money Machine, and several books about Apple computers. Lancaster's books are popular because he writes about technical subjects in a clear, understandable way. He has also written more than 200 articles, some of which have been collected in the book The Case Against Patents: Selected…    

Some Basics of TTL
The Two-Input, Positive Logic, Nand Gate
A Closer Look
Other Logic Blocks
Packages
Types of TTL Available
Power Supplies and Spike Decoupling
Breadboarding and Mounting Techniques
Testing and Monitoring States
Interface
Tools
"Bad" and "Burned Out" Integrated Circuits
Some Conventions
Some TTL Integrated Circuits
Type Numbers and Descriptions
Logic
The Two-Input Gate as a Simple Switch
State Definitions: What Is a Zero?
One-Input Logic
Two-Input Logic
Other Two-Input Logic Functions
A Trick Called DeMorgan's Theorem
Open-Collector Logic
Tri-State Logic
Advanced Logic Design: Data-Selector Logic
Advanced Logic Design: The Read-Only Memory
Some Examples and Logic Design Rules
The ASCII Computer Code
Gate and Timer Circuits
Two Cross-Coupled Inverters
Improved Triggering
The Set-Reset Flip-Flop
Edge Triggering
Using RS Flip-Flops
The Schmitt Trigger
A High-Impedance Interface
Other Interface Circuits
Signal Sources
A Wide-Range Voltage-Controlled Oscillator
Another Crystal Oscillator
The 555 and MC1555
Two-Tone Alarm
Tempo Generator or Electronic Metronome
Digital Capacitance Measurement
Brightness Control for a Digital Display
Electronically Variable Time Constant: A Music Attack-Decay Generator
Monostable Multivibrators and Pulse Generators
The Half-Monostable Multivibrator
The 555 as a Monostable Multivibrator
Frequency Meter or Tacometer
Digital Thermometer
Negative-Recovery Circuits
TTL Monostable Multivibrators
Clocked Logic
The JK and D-Type Flip-Flops
How Does the Clock Work?
The Master-Slave Flip-Flop
The JK Flip-Flop
The D-Type Flip-Flop
Using the Direct Inputs
Where Do We Use Flip-Flops?
Digital Readout Memory
High-Speed Deglitcher
Keyboard Debouncer
Digital Sample and Hold
Garbage Eliminator
Electronic Music Keyboard Storage
Shift Registers
Binary Dividers and Counters
Gate Synchronizer
Clock Synchronizer
The One- and-Only-One
The N-and-Only-N
The Resynchronizer
The Ambiguity Resolver: Removing Bobble
The Bucket Brigade
Sequential Pass-on
Digital Mixer
Divide-By-N Counters
Counter Qualities
Some Pitfalls
Some Low-Modulo Counters
Some TTL MSI Counters
More Counters
Modulo 6
Divide-By-7
Divide-By-8
Divide-By-9
Divide-By-10
Divide-By-11
Divide-By-12
Thirteen Through Sixteen
Universal Count Sequencers
Unit-Cascaded Counters
Decoding States
Some Decoder Circuits
Matrix Decoding
Driving Readouts
One-Package Counter/Decoders
A Synchronous Up/Down Counting System
An Example: Electronic Music
Shift Registers, Noise Generators, and Rate Multipliers
Shift-Register Connections
Which Register?
Self-Resetting Always-Accurate Digital Clock
Character Generator
Another Electronic Stepper
The Walking-Ring Counter
The Odd-Length Walking-Ring Counter
Electronic Dice
Other Shift-Register Counters
The Pseudo-Random Sequencer
Longer Sequences
A Music Composer
The Rate Multiplier
Multiplying and Dividing
Squares and Square Roots
Getting It All Together
Digital Counter and Display Systems
The Speed-Resolution Product
Accuracy
Events Counter
Electronic Stopwatch
Frequency Counter
Bobble and Update Limitations
Clocks
Digital Voltmeter
Digital Tachometer
Other Digital Instruments
Some Specialized TTL Applications
A Television Time Display
TV Typewriter
A Printing Computer
Electronic Music Synthesizer
Some TTL Projects
Manufacturers of TTL and Associated Products
Index