Digital Logic Design : Tutorial and Laboratory Exercises by Michael Douglas and John Passafiume (1984, Paperback, Supplement)
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Tutorials + Lab Exercises
Introduction to TTL Family, Fundamental Digital Concepts wiring and testing of a circuit. You also get Sum of products, Product of Sum, both have lab exercise and review questions. Basic two-level circuits, implementation one gate type, logic diagram, gate equivalencies. Expression reduction + algebraic reduction in chapter four. Chapter five opens issues on multiplexors + demultiplexors, remember these come with both lab exercise and review questions.
This book has everything you need to attain Boolean algebra, TTL parts and layouts and your lab equipment list needed. Counters are defined in this book in chapter 8 for better clock signals, and ripple counters are included. I also saw other application counters inside this chapter to learn about.
This book offers any student the full capacity digital logic design and circuitry. While other text books require two lab books when compared to John Passafiume & Michael Douglas together on this book to complete as one text lab book. 113 page book with diagrams and proper illustration.
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