The field of teaching digital electronics has not changed significantly in the past 20 years. Many of the same books that first became available in the late 1970s and early 1980s are still being used as basic texts. In the 20+ years since these were written, the basic rules have not changed, but they do not provide strong links to modern electronics including CMOS logic, Programmable Logic Devices and microprocessor/microcontroller interfacing. Courses teaching introductory digital electronics will fill in the missing areas of information for students, but neither the instructors nor students have resources to explain modern technology and interfaces. One assumption made by all the standard texts is that experimenting with digital electronics cannot be done easily - in the proposed book, adigital gurua Myke Predko will show how readers can set up their own apparatus for experimenting with digital electronics for less than $10.Princeton architecture, 278, 279 RISC basis, 277-88 counters, 228-31 see also complex sequential circuits CRC (checksum ... 167, 168, 199-201 digital electronic circuits, 53-97 see also combinatorial logic circuits basic circuit diagram, 54 capacitors, 64-9 ... computer processors (continued) Harvard computer, 278, 279 Memory Interface Unit, 278 memory types, 283a7 ... to LED circuit, 289a90 linear voltage regulators, 292, 293, 297 power supply circuit, 297 , 298 rectifier, 297 SMPSanbsp;...
|Title||:||Digital Electronics Demystified|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2004-12-21|