Digital Logic: Applications and Design

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West Publishing Company, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 698 pages
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.

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ya this book will be very useful to engineering students for understanding logic gates i think this book will give basic about digital

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