Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications 8 9780073373775 Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications provides a concise, modern approach to this fascinating subject. It has been written so that a student needs no prior knowledge of electrical theory and principles, and at a level that allows students with limited math and reading skills, to gain a clear understanding of concepts and applications covered in a digital electronics course. The textbook has been noted for its easy-to-read style and colorful illustrations. It is ideal for a wide range of electronics courses - especially programs in which students must learn the essentials and quickly apply them to real-life situations. Also available with this edition is MHE's Online Learning Center that features numerous instructor resources including solutions to the problems, an image library, and new lecture PowerPoints for each chapter. You will also find a test bank for each chapter that allows instructors to assign online homework and quizzes - this online homework is gradable and can be edited by instructors.
Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications

Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications

8th Edition
By Roger Tokheim
ISBN10: 007337377X
ISBN13: 9780073373775
Copyright: 2014

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Program Details

1) Digital Electronics

2) Numbers We Use in Digital Electronics

3) Logic Gates

4) Combining Logic Gates

5) IC Specifications and Simple Interfacing

6) Encoding, Decoding, and Seven-Segment Displays

7) Flip-Flops

8) Counters

9) Shift Registers

10) Arithmetic circuits

11) Memory and Storage

12) Digital Systems

13) Computer Systems

14) Connecting with Analog Devices

About the Author

Roger Tokheim

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