Introduction to System Design Using Integrated Circuits

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New Age International, 1992 - Integrated circuits - 328 pages
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Beginning With An Introduction To Integrated Electronics, The Book Describes The Basic Digital And Linear Ics In Detail Together With Some Applications And Building Blocks Of Digital Systems. Principles Of System Design Using Ics Are Then Explained And A Number Of System Design Examples Using The Latest Ics Are Worked Out. Useful Supplementary Information On Ics Is Included In The Appendices And A List Of References To Published Work Is Given At The End. The Book Covers What Is Latest In The State-Of-The-Art In Ics Including Ls T Tl, F Ttl, N-Mos, High-Speed Cmos, I2L, Ccds, Proms, Plas, Asics And Microprocessors. The Main Emphasis Here Is On Providing A Clear Insight Into The Characteristics And Limitations Of Ics Upto Lsi/Vlsi Level, Their Parameters, Circuit Features And Electronic Equipment/System Design Based On Them. Students Of The B.E./M.E./M.Sc (Physics) Courses Specializing In Electronics Or Communication Engineering Would Find This Book A Convenient Text/Reference Source For A First In-Depth Understanding Of System Design Using Ics. The Book Would Also Be Useful To R&D Engineers In Electronics/Communication Engineering.

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