2nd Edition

CRC Handbook of Digital System Design, Second Edition



ISBN 9780849342721
Published September 25, 1990 by CRC Press
486 Pages

USD $280.00

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Book Description

As technology advances, digital system designers must acquire and maintain skills to design systems with analog, pulse/time, and digital circuits along with LSI and VLSI devices. The CRC Handbook of Digital System Design, Second Edition reviews the fundamentals of these topics for the convenience of designers who need to refresh their memories from time to time. In a somewhat unique presentation, this book integrates theory with practical design and covers three broad topics:

  • The basics- formulas, design equation, terminology, symbols, and notation

  • Characterstics, properties, and principles of operation of devices, modules, and building blocks frequently used as components in digital system design

  • Design procedures-guidelines for system design presented through examples

    The author includes numerous examples, both simple and complex, throughout the book that help clarify points often confusing or overlooked. He also addresses memory and arithmetic unit design, techniques of grounding and shielding for analog and digital noise, and graphical techniques for nonlinear circuits and transmission line analysis.

    The style is straightforward, the treatment self-contained and practical. The CRC Handbook of Digital System Design, Second Edition remains a popular and valuable resource for anyone involved in digital system design.
  • Table of Contents

    A Review of Linear Circuit Fundamentals
    Basic Modules (Building Blocks) for Linear Systems
    A Review and Clarification of Switching and Pulse Circuit Fundamentals
    Basic Electronic Logic Elements
    Basic Functional Modules
    Memory Systems
    Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU)
    Analog-Digital-Analog Conversion and Data Acquisition Systems. Noise in Digital Systems
    A Review of Sequential Machine Design Fundamentals
    Random Logic Design Using Programmable Logic Elements
    Computer-Aided Design and Hardware Debugging
    Explanation of Logic Symbols.

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    Reviews

    "…replete with fundamentals and has a nice blend of analog and digital components and models."
    -Martin E. Kaliski, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo