This book on Digital Electronics is an introductory level text on the subject . It has been designed to primarily target the Undergraduate students of Engineering Streams (like CS, IT, EEE, ECE, EI, etc.), of B & C category colleges. It can also be used by BSc./MSc., BCA/ MCA, Diploma and Polytechnic level courses. The book begins with discussion on the fundamental concepts of digital electronics such as number systems, Boolean algebra, logic families followed by topics (like combinational and sequential logic, multivibrators, A/D conversion and Memories) related to design and analysis of digital systems and finally covers fundamentals of digital design using VHDL and Verilog HDL. The concepts are concisely explained and supported with numerous examples, illustrations and circuit diagrams. The book provides objective, theoretical and numerical problems for testing and enhancing one's subject related knowledge and understandings. The objective questions would be also helpful in the preparation for competitive examinations

Key Features:-

  • Separate chapters on Arithmetic Circuits, Memories and Programmable Logic Devices
  • Hands-on practice with hardware, ICs, CAD tools and VHDL for designing a digital system
  • In-depth coverage of Logic Families, Combinational Logic and Design, Flip- Flops, Registers and Coun
  • Rich pedagogy
  • 179 Solved examples

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PublisherMcGraw Hill
Publish YearJanuary 2010