Digital Systems: Principles and Applications by Ronald J. Tocci - 8th Ed.
This book is a comprehensive study of the principles and techniques of modern digital systems. It teaches the fundamental principles of digital systems and covers thoroughly both traditional and modern methods of applying digital design and development techniques, including how to manage a systemslevel project.The book is intended for use in two- and four-year programs in technology, engineering, and computer science. Although a background in basic electronics is helpful, most of the material requires no electronics training. Portions of the text that use electronics concepts can be skipped without adversely affecting the comprehension of the logic principles.
Table of Contents
Chapter 2 Number Systems and Codes
Chapter 3 Describing Logic Circuits
Chapter 4 Combinational Logic Circuits
Chapter 5 Flip-Flops and Related Devices
Chapter 6 Digital Arithmetic: Operations and Circuits
Chapter 7 Counters and Registers
Chapter 8 Integrated-Circuit Logic Families
Chapter 9 MSI Logic Circuits
Chapter 10 Digital System Projects Using HDL
Chapter 11 Interfacing with the Analog World
Chapter 12 Memory Devices
Chapter 13 Programmable Logic Device Architectures
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