Crash Course in Digital Technology teaches the basics of digital electronics theory and circuits in an easy-to-understand format. Each chapter includes learning objectives, clear explanations and examples, and an end-of-chapter self-quiz. The drill-and-review software included with the book allows learners to test themselves on the contents of each chapter, providing a second reinforcement of the material. A final chapter teaches the basics of troubleshooting digital circuits. With the two other Crash Course books, Electronics Technology and Microprocessor Technology, this book forms a complete course in electronics and microcomputer technology appropriate for technical schools, industrial training, and hobbyists. Louis Frenzel is an experienced electronics engineer and educator, as well as the author of many magazine articles and texts. He is currently an instructor at Austin Community College in Austin, Texas. Drill-and-review software included Clear, easy format Self-paced introduction to digital electronics1-16 shows an eight-bit word being transferred from logic circuit 1 to logic circuit 2. Parallel transmission of bytes is standard for sending data from a personal computer to a printer. The name given to a set of parallel data lines over whichanbsp;...
|Title||:||Crash Course in Digital Technology|
|Author||:||Louis E. Frenzel|
|Publisher||:||Newnes - 1998|