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Registers 9. Counters DIA Accuracy and Resolution Memory Digital Integrated Circuits A Simple Computer Design The job was to build upon the strengths of one of the best introductory and authentic texts in the field of Digital Electronics-its lucid language, down-to-earth approach, detailed analysis and ready-to-use information for laboratory practices.
The sixth edition sought improvement primarily by i strengthening the design or synthesis aspect that included advanced material, such as a simple computer design, and ii incorporating many new topics like Hardware Description Language, Asynchronous Sequential Circuit, Algorithm State Machine chart, Quine-McClusky algorithm, Look Ahead Carry Adder, etc.
The tremendous response to the improvements made in the sixth edition from the academic community prompted us to work on their suggestions and come out with this seventh edition. The most notable change in this edition is the inclusion of two completely new features-problem solving by multiple methods and laboratory experiments-that will enable the student community develop deeper understanding of the application side of digital principles.
Problem solving by multiple methods help students in understanding and appreciating different alternatives to reach a solution, without feeling stuck at any point of time. Laboratmy experiments facilitate experimentation with different analysis and synthesis problems using digital integrated circuits IC. Each experiment describes its aim, a short reference to theory, apparatus required and different work elements.
In-depth coverage of important topics like clock and timing circuits, DIA-AID conversion, register, counters and memory. Tutorial-based approach with section-end self test questions and problem solving through various methods.
Regular updates on different topics of Digital Electronics will be posted to keep the reader informed about recent changes in this field. For Instructors Instructors who have adopted this textbook can access a password-protected section that offers the following resources. B N Chatterji Retd. RN Pal Retd. RV Rajakumar, Prof. A Chakraborty, Prof.
PP Chakraborty, Prof. D Datta, Prof. S Bannerjee, Prof. P K Biswas, Prof. S S Pathak, Prof. S Mukhopadhyaya, Prof. AS Dhar, Prof. I Chakraborty, Prof. P Mandal, Prof. S Mahapatra, Prof. But for the paucity of space, I would have named many others. I acknowledge the benefit derived from my interaction with different batches of students while teaching the Digital Electronics subject-three years at Institute of Engineering and Management, Kolkata and over six years at IIT Kharagpur.
I am grateful to the esteemed reviewers for their encouraging comments and valuable suggestions for this edition. At this point, I humbly remember all my teachers and my father late G N Saha who provided me a great learning environment. I must mention the support I always received from my family-my mother, my parents-in-law, my sisters specially Chhordi , Chhoto Jamaibabu, and last but not the least, my wife, Sanghita, and daughter, Upasana.
The effort behind this work was mine but the time was all theirs. Also, please report to us any piracy of the book spotted by you. It is written for the individual who wishes to learn the principles of digital circuits and then apply them to useful, meaningful design.
Thus the title. The material in this book is appropriate for an introductory course in digital logic in either a computer or an electronics program. It is also appropriate for "self-study" and as a "reference" for individuals working in the field.
Many of these individual I Cs are discussed in detail, and pinouts for more than 60 digital IC chips are summarized in Appendix 8. Standard logic symbols are used along with the new IEEE standard logic. A is given in the appendix. If you have no desire to learn about electronics, you can skip Chap. To the extent possible, the remaining chapk:rs are written to be independent of this material.
If you have not studied electronics, Chap. Study it any time after Chap. For "old-times" who have studied electronics, Chap. In any case, the material in Chap. The contents listing is followed by a list of chapter objectives. At the end of each chapter section are review questions, called self-tests, which are intended to be a self-check of key ideas and concepts.
At the end of each chapter, answers are supplied for the self-tests. A summary and a glossary are provided at the end of each chapter. In any subject area, there are many terms and concepts to be learned. The summary and glossary will provide you with the opportunity to be sure that you understand the exact meaning of these terms, phrases, and abbreviations, The end-of-chapter problems are arranged according to chapter sections.
The problems reinforce ideas and concepts presented and allow you to apply them on your own. Solu- Preface tions to selected odd-numbered problems are given at the end of the book. In addition, the appendix contains reference material that will be useful from time to time. The word description is first converted to 11 stale transition diagram or Algorithmic State Machine ASM chart followed by preparation of stale synthesis tabk.
For flip. There are two ditforent approaches. In Mealy model circuit inputs, also known as primary inputs combine with memory elements to generate circuit output Both the methods are discussed in detail in this chap1er. In general, sequential logic circuit design refers to sy11chronous clock-triggered circuit because of its design and implementation advantages.
Bat there is increasing attention 10 asynchmnous sequential logic Eve,y chapter contains several worked out examples totalling to in the book. Benefits: These will guide the students while understanding the concepts and working out the exercise problems. Eve1y chapter opens with a set of chapter objectives. Benefits: These provide a quick look into the concepts that will be discussed in the chapter. One can use this st:itement or the logic equation to realize a 2 to l multiplexer shov.
New to this edition, HDL, an interesting development in the field of hardware design, has been introduced.
Benefits: The relevant HDL description and codes are weaved into chapters to help students implement and design digital circuits. For ins. With a PROM programmer, we can bum in the desired fumfamental products, which.
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