Fundamentals of Digital Logic Design from ABC to XYZ Free Ebook
The 21st century is the digital century. We use ‘0’ and ‘1’ to represent analog data in terms of discrete digital data. The digital logic design is based on numeration systems, binary arithmetic, logic gates, switches, flip-flop, combinational logic functions. This book provides ABC to XYZ of the fundamental concepts that are important for digital learners.
How chapters are organized:
Chapter 1: NUMERATION SYSTEMS
Chapter 2: BINARY ARITHMETIC
Chapter 3: LOGIC GATES
Chapter 4: SWITCHES
Chapter 5: ELECTROMECHANICAL RELAYS
Chapter 6: LADDER LOGIC
Chapter 7: BOOLEAN ALGEBRA
Chapter 8: KARNAUGH MAPPING
Chapter 9: COMBINATIONAL LOGIC FUNCTIONS
Chapter 10: MULTIVIBRATORS
Chapter 11: SEQUENTIAL CIRCUITS ***INCOMPLETE***
Chapter 12: SHIFT REGISTERS
Chapter 13: DIGITAL-ANALOG CONVERSION
Chapter 14: DIGITAL COMMUNICATION
Chapter 15: DIGITAL STORAGE (MEMORY)
Chapter 16: PRINCIPLES OF DIGITAL COMPUTING
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Author: Tony R. Kuphaldt.
The contents of the DC Book (Lessons in Electric Circuit) are WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY. The contents of book are published under the terms of Design Science License. The content are all same as they’er in the original Volume 1 of Lessons in Electric circuits. The title is derived under the clause 4 of License terms.