Introduction to Digital Systems introduces digital electronics from first principles and goes on to cover all the main areas of knowledge and expertise needed by students up to first year degree level, as well as technicians and other professionals.
Unlike most texts, Introduction to Digital Systems also covers the practicalities of designing and building circuits, including fault-finding and use of test equipment. Students will find the text ideally matched for courses covering electronics, systems and control, and electronic servicing.
Whether you are looking for a complete self-study course in digital electronics, a concise reference text to dip into or a course text that is readable and straightforward, John Crisp has provided the solution.
- A concise, readable introductory text ideal for self-study by professionals or students on courses with limited contact time
- Covers the practical side from a technician/professional viewpoint
- Content carefully matched to a range of BTEC and C&G syllabuses
A very wide technician-level professional readership plus a student readership for courses including electronics, systems & control, electronic servicing (C&G 2240), C&G IT (7260)
What is a system?
Types of gate
Combining gates to create new functions
Digital circuit design to meet given practical 'real-life' situations
Simplification of Boolean expressions
Karnaugh maps; Logic families - TTL and CMOS
Interfacing; Combinational and sequential logic
RS bistable; D-type, JK and master-slave bistables
Ring and twisted counters
Other digital devices
Practical methods of building circuits
Transmission of digital data
Transmission formats and methods
Fault-finding and test equipment
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- © Newnes 2000
- 24th February 2000
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Technical Author and Lecturer, Suffolk, UK