Digital Techniques for Amateurs introduces digital electronics and how it may be applied in the design and useful innovative circuits. This book is aimed at the educated amateur who has some knowledge of the fundamentals of digital electronics and contains extended material on topics such as logic gates and microprocessors. The text contains much material on: basic digital techniques; digital circuit building blocks; simple digital systems; fundamentals of solving digital system problems of microprocessors. This book will be of use not only to enthusiastic amateurs, but also to students of physics and mathematics. In fact this book will satisfy the needs of a very wide readership in colleges and industry.
|Publication Date:||1st January 1995|
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